TST. The bracket mounts in 2 points unlike other frame sliders, which mean more rigidity in the case of a crash. Keep in mind they are called "frame sliders" for a reason. They are not meant to save your fairings, but the more important parts like frame, engine, etc. The more they stick out, the more chance for them to catch on something and flip your bike over. Really long frame sliders are only useful if you drop your bike while it's not moving, but in a speed crash they have more chance of breaking or causing more damage to your bike. Also TST has a total protection package, so you can get frame sliders, and axle sliders (Front and Rear) with a bit of a package discount.Hello everyone, first post on this forum, got a question for yall. Just got my first bike (2023 n400). Im wanting to fully deck out on axle sliders ,bar end sliders, frame sliders and whatever else I can find, (covers too). I just cant decide on the frame sliders, I have 3 choices and Im hoping anyone else has any opinions on them. TST Industries is one of my 3 options, with looking the best on the bike itself but also personally feels its inside to much so as if it wasnt going to do much to protect. Next option is Evotech, personally think this looks the highest quality but no idea on if it performs better. And finally the T-Rex sliders, with the "least" favorite design as in by their own pictures, but also sticks out the most which I personally mostly like. Its really hard to decide as I would go with T-rex for it to shoot out, I also hear that sliders that stick out more can cause more damage to the bike when it falls and slides through grass causing it to flip much easier. My bad to, forgot to mention it'd be mainly a street weekend fun or something idk, no plans on track riding at this time. Any help is appreciated as I got it a few days ago and already hit a curb practicing because I pulled the throttle when trying to brake and panicked so I forgot to pull the clutch in. Also looked straight at the curb, worst idea. Early thanks to everyone, and if anyone has any suggestions for bar end, axle sliders and other protection, that help too. Thanks!