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My 17 KRT is satin black. I noticed I am indeed scratching the tank a little with my clothes. I would like to get a tank Protector but don't want anything gaudy. No fake cf, no logos etc. Real cf is ok, something that blends in nicely is ideal. I want it to be specific for the 300 and not horrifically expensive.
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I can get where you're coming from. Personally I'd say you're better off dropping the "specific for the Ninja 300" requirement. Most of them have 'Ninja' or some other unnecessary branding. Being in the same situation, I want with the Genuine Carbon Fiber Tank Protector shown here. Since the pieces are separate, you can place them however you want. I've installed it both kn the Ninja 300 and Ninja 650, and it looked great. It's still among the best looking tank protectors I've seen at a reasonable price.

Anyway, that's what I use. I'm sure everyone has their own preferences.

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I can get where you're coming from. Personally I'd say you're better off dropping the "specific for the Ninja 300" requirement. Most of them have 'Ninja' or some other unnecessary branding. Being in the same situation, I want with the Genuine Carbon Fiber Tank Protector shown here. Since the pieces are separate, you can place them however you want. I've installed it both kn the Ninja 300 and Ninja 650, and it looked great. It's still among the best looking tank protectors I've seen at a reasonable price.

Anyway, that's what I use. I'm sure everyone has their own preferences.
Thanks! I saw that site before as well. I went ahead and got one coming.
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My 17 KRT is satin black. I noticed I am indeed scratching the tank a little with my clothes. I would like to get a tank Protector but don't want anything gaudy. No fake cf, no logos etc. Real cf is ok, something that blends in nicely is ideal. I want it to be specific for the 300 and not horrifically expensive.
I searched on here and found little info.

Help is appreciated!!

You have to pardon me as I can not recall where I purchased my TANK PROTECTOR, but it may have been on AMAZON.


I also have a 17 KRT and the protector matches the bikes colors perfectly, even though it does say NINJA on it. It appears to be carbon fiber and what I also really like about it. It matches perfectly the factory GEL seat that I installed.


I applied the tank protector last fall and it has not moved, lifted or done anything that would make me sorry I purchased it. While I have seen other protectors that do not apply correctly and lift in different places.


Good luck with yours. Sincerely hope it works great for you.


P.S. Just a little bit of advise. Be sure to thoroughly clean the area where you will be applying the protector. You do not want any dust, dirt, oil, wax, etc, preventing the adhesion of the protector.

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