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I like the look of them but site says will work for year 14-21. i have versys 650 2022.
I mailed them and they replied that they didnt know if fits 2022. They hadnt tried on one yet.
Well i bought them anyway and they fit like a glove. And i like the discreet look.
Took 30 mins to put them on. It was easy.


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Thanks @Kecke it is good to know of the options that work with the 2022, as of now I have a set of the Kawasaki frame sliders on order.

I picked up my green and black 2022 650 LT yesterday and the first thing I did was remove and installed the front turn signal reinforcements in the under seat tool bag.
I am going to drop this bike at some point during acclimatization and I rather not end up holing the side plastics.
 

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So what next to protect my bike if fall/crash?
When googling its seems that handguards protect bike when fall?
I have this for my 2018 V650:

By appearance it has very good protection in 3 places it is connected to the chassis of the motorcycle and in front of the cooler is connected the left and right side of the crash bar. I haven’t tested it and I hope I won’t either. But overall it has very good protection.

Also they have crash bar for your 2022 model: (I wait for mine almost 1 month to arrive from Czech Republic to Croatia)

Very similar design like 2018 model, and they are not expensive, it cost 165€.


Also hand guard can protect brake lever and clutch lever from breaking when falling motorcycle.
I have them also and it protects my hands and fingers very well from hitting of a big bugs ,like a hornet that hit me in the right hand on the fingers on the highway at 140 km/h (87mph) while I waited for the delivery to bring me a hand guard
 

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I have "tested" my SW-Motech crash bars several times (they worked VERY WELL), as well as adding extra lights to them w/ 'home-made' brackets.

IMG_0665 copy by Ed Copeman, on Flickr

IMG_0373 by Ed Copeman, on Flickr
 

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Now im thinking putting highway pegs on the bars might be nice.
googled a bit.
Bars is 27 mm in diameter and something like this would fit.

These are from Speedy, mounted inside instead of outside.






Speedy and his bike with highway mounts, mounted correctly.
 
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