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Baron Custom Accessories Engine Guard for Kawasaki VN900

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Everyday Low Price: $199.99

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J&P Part: ZZ70189

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Baron Custom Accessories Engine Guard for Kawasaki VN900

• Baron makes “The Worlds Strongest Engine Guards” and not only are they the strongest; they're also the best looking

• Designed and engineered to work with OEM windshields, lowers and floorboards

• Baron's large; open-hoop design gives excellent protection for your bike, while providing a great location for accessories like Kuryakyn highway pegs

• Each Engine Guard is designed for your specific make and model and bolt directly to the frame

• Installation only requires a few minutes, no drilling required and no funky weak universal clamps either

• Constructed from .095″ wall, 1-1/4″ diameter cold-rolled steel these babies look great, work like you need and fit several popular models

Product Specs

  • Diameter: 1.250″
  • Finish: Chrome
  • Manufacturer Part Number: BA-7174-00
  • Material: Cold-rolled Steel
  • Sold in Units: Each


Kawasaki Models

  • Vulcan Classic CA. VN900 : 2007
  • Vulcan Classic CA. VN900B : 2006
  • Vulcan Classic LT CA. VN900 : 2007
  • Vulcan Classic LT CA. VN900D : 2006
  • Vulcan Classic LT VN900 : 2007–2010
  • Vulcan Classic LT VN900D : 2006
  • Vulcan Classic VN900 : 2007–2010
  • Vulcan Classic VN900B : 2006
  • Vulcan Custom CA. VN900 : 2007, 2009
  • Vulcan Custom VN900 : 2007–2010

Customer Reviews


This guard looks nice and seems well built, however it would not fit on my bike as indicated in the fitment spec. (2010 Kawasaki Vulcan Custom 900) I'm not passing judgement on the quality or workmanship, just the design. First, there was not enough room to insert the spacers on both sides which left a small gap on one side between the guard mount and the frame of the bike. This could be remedied easily with washers however more importantly, it interfered with the operation of the shift peg and rear brake pedal. I don't have floorboards, just foot pegs and there was no room to get a foot under the shift peg, the guard was in the way. The rear brake pedal would make contact with the guard limiting its range of motion.


They are very heavy duty, a snap to install and look great on her bike. She loves them.