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Offline Orion

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Good source for fairings
« on: 07/22/13 09:19PM »
Bike has too many nicks and scratches now, time to part with them  :30:
All kidding aside, I'd like to hear where you guys get good fairings from  :31:

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Re: Good source for fairings
« Reply #1 on: 07/23/13 10:36AM »
My bike used to be yamaha stock blue. Obviously from my avatar it is white now. Bought it for the track just in case i crash. Fortunately I didn't. Decided to keep it on because it grew on me.

Bought mind on craiglist. The place is in fullerton too so i just drop by and pick it up. Really good deal. 
« Last Edit: 07/23/13 10:40AM by epicwolf »
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Re: Good source for fairings
« Reply #2 on: 07/23/13 10:57AM »
I bought the ABS stuff from Calibikerclub in Anaheim. About $500. Good replica job.
I also have a new set from Airtech Streamlining in Vista CA. Cost $540. Now that is fiberglass and unpainted.

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Re: Good source for fairings
« Reply #3 on: 07/23/13 11:21AM »
I bought the ABS stuff from Calibikerclub in Anaheim. About $500. Good replica job.
I also have a new set from Airtech Streamlining in Vista CA. Cost $540. Now that is fiberglass and unpainted.

Wait a second. that place was not in fullerton after all LOL. Because it was calibikerclub that I pick the fairings up from.  Yea I paid about the same price.  I guess I thought it was fullerton since Anaheim is bordering fullerton. 
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Re: Good source for fairings
« Reply #4 on: 02/28/14 07:15AM »
i suggest bikebandit they do this work very efficiently

 

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