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Old 07-07-2009, 06:17 PM   #21
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Lots of scammage going on in the plastics word it seems. Thanks for info guys
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I like mine, but def not HIGH QUALITY ABS, NO Heat sheils, No triple coat paint...I did have to drill and some fitment was required but all in all its a pain in the but I like the way it makes the look....
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best advice if you find a set you like, is go thru the sellers feedback and find some people that bought the same set, then email them and see what they say about any problems. That's what I did and am very happy with mine. You can get some sheets of heat shield cheap enough but some of them do come with the sheilds.
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Old 07-10-2009, 10:38 AM   #25
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They fit PERFECT!!!!! You just have to know how to install fairings.
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Those two bikes came out nicely. My only concern is that the R1 has several pieces that line up together on the sides, it has lower, upper and mid fairings with places for possible gaps. Thanks again for posting.
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same thing with the gixx. the side fairings are two pieces and the lower is a separate piece as well.
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We've used these 3 times so far and I rate them OK. The fitment is close, but could be off a hair lining up (barely noticeble unless your looking). The paint seems decent and dosnt scratch off to easy. The plastic itself is pretty good, not as strong as oem though.


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yep. we have the repsol plastics on Jason's 900. They fit, but aren't exactly perfect, but...like you said...for the price, you can't go wrong.

Actually, his plastics fit better than the fiberglass OE replacements on the F4i that were installed by the dealer.
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