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Old 09-10-2009, 08:33 PM   #1
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need help with choosing fairings

i went down yesterday due to a truck pulling out in front of me and need new left fairings. I was looking at replacing all the fairings with aftermarkets and was wondering if anyone knows any good aftermarket fairings. If so please post. I need them for an 06 gsxr 600. Thanks.
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Before you do that, have you ever thought about stripping a sv for parts and making a hooligan? I've seen a couple of these and done right, it's pretty cool.
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Old 09-10-2009, 09:10 PM   #4
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Before you do that, have you ever thought about stripping a sv for parts and making a hooligan? I've seen a couple of these and done right, it's pretty cool.
never seen it done. sounds pretty interesting though. do you have any pics of it?
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thanks. have you used these before? if so how do they fit and feel?
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I have used aftermarket fairings, and some look cool, nice designs, BUT NONE will be the quality and fit and finish of OEM
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I have used aftermarket fairings, and some look cool, nice designs, BUT NONE will be the quality and fit and finish of OEM
thats what sucks about aftermarket. hopefully i can find some that aren't too nimble. how do aftermarkets react to heat/sun exposure?
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They are kinda like some women, they look good from 20 feet, very thin, I guess U really get what U pay for
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thanks. have you used these before? if so how do they fit and feel?
I just posted the link so you could get some ideas. You might be able to find them on ebay cheaper. I know theres quite a few people on here that have bought those fairings and look pretty decent.
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