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Old 03-21-2010, 05:30 PM   #1
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i sadly attempted to ride a wheelie and now im in need of some new fairings...preferably all new ones cuz now i want an all black bike..any suggestions on where i can find any cheaper than oem price? what about the ones that are "high grade ABS plastic" like the ones on this site? suggestions?

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Old 03-21-2010, 05:38 PM   #2
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Old 03-21-2010, 06:05 PM   #3
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LOL high grade ABS...they are Full of PEWP.....I'd go ebay...you are gonna pay more and get the same thing from them...Trust Me been there done that
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I would say ebay. You're going to get the exact
same fairings that motorcycle-fairing.com sells for a fraction of the price. There is a seller on ebay named saveyourbuy that sold me the same kit they sell on m-f.com for $500 shipped. They've taken a while to get here though because they come from china, but i think the same would happen if u order from m-f.com. I almost sure he sells cbr and zx kits too. Hope this helps! Good Luck
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motorcycle-fairing.com and nicecycle.com I believe are the same...maybe along with a few others...I bought mine from Nice Cycle and they said 15 to 21 days cause they were being made for my bike..BS I had to drill them fuggers on and the label when I recieved them 6 weeks later not 21 days came from china...but I got raped cause I believed them and paid a extra 350 dollars

If you think about it
1. Make website
2. put pictures up
3. lie
4. charge 300-500 dollars more and say they are made in the USA
5. he orders from ebay and have them sent to your house
6. pretty NICE Living those mudder fuggers

You get screwed
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Here is what you need to know about returns before placing an order on Motorcycle-Fairing.com:

- Returns are accepted.
- There is a restocking fee of $100 per kit and 15% per part returned.
- Return postage paid by the customer.
- You must contact us prior to returning anything in order to receive the return address as well
as a return authorization number. Do not return the fairings to our factory in Hong Kong, this will delay processing of your return.
- Return Authorization Number must be on the outside of the box when returned.
- Returns must be made via regular post and you must indicate the item is a return and not a purchase.
-ALL RETURNS MUST BE IN BRAND NEW CONDITION AND NOT PREVIOUSLY MOUNTED ON BIKES.


Ordering the correct kit is essential, please make sure you order the correct kit and specify at checkout the type of bike you own, including: Make/Year/Model, the more details the better so we can be certain you receive the proper kit.
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Ive worked with many aftermarket fairing sets and as far as quality and fitiment goes id reccomend getting a set off of ebay from the seller Blisstar. Just put a set on a friends gixxer a week ago and we didnt have a single issue with them.
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Ive worked with many aftermarket fairing sets and as far as quality and fitiment goes id reccomend getting a set off of ebay from the seller Blisstar. Just put a set on a friends gixxer a week ago and we didnt have a single issue with them.
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bliss-star .. my bad
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I have seen several sets from nicecycle.com and they were very nice...sucks yall have had bad luck with them...hope my luck keeps for the good through them
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every nice cycle set ive installed had to have holes drilled out bigger and was a pain in the the get everything to line up without putting the fairings in a bind.
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bliss-star...my bad
his store has a huge selection


I've been in the market for some oem fairings for my 07 RR...thanks for the tip
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Old 04-02-2010, 08:27 PM   #14
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what about this site? anyone heard of Delkevic?
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/HONDA...Q5fAccessories
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Old 04-29-2010, 11:19 PM   #15
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I had good luck with "fastesttoys" on ebay a few yrs back. My fairing were packaged very nice. The name is just as I spelled it ... no space.
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