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hakano_samskolan
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Race fairings

Post by hakano_samskolan »

Hello

Has anyone ideas of race fairings(upper and lower) that may be fited. I expect a great deal of work to get it nicely in place but i'm just trying to find something modern, good looking raceish things with dimensions with rough general fit.

Anything will help.

Cheers
Hakan

Andrew Baird
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Post by Andrew Baird »

I suppose the most "authentic" would be an NS500 fairing - just like Freddie Spencer's. I know at least one UK company does the replicas and the shape should mean that it fits fairly easily.

What sort of "style" were you thinking of?

Cheers

Andrew

PS If my money hasn't arrived, let me know and I'll chase the bank.

hakano_samskolan
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Post by hakano_samskolan »

Andrew

I like the NS500's classic look a lot, but that's not what i'm actually looking for. If time and money permits, i will use chassis, swing-arm engine(TS tuned), tank, and electrical. Ohlin front and rear, mag wheels, and probably a bunsh og those nice aftermarket *small* parts. I wish i can finish up with a late maybe after -97 or so fairing, similar to

http://www.europark.com/ny-machn/photo2 ... 00v_01.jpg

I will also re-route the aft cylinder's pipe. It will go in a straight line and end under the tail. Like GP.

I'll post a few pics around 2007 or 2008 [img]images/smiles/icon_smile.gif[/img]

(i mailed acount status. Nothing yet)

Cheers
Hakan

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