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Old 10-18-2007, 11:41 PM   #1
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NEED IDEAS FOR 954 STUNT LOOK

HELP - I need some advice helping a friend. I'm fixing a college student (friend)
954 that someone else wrecked. I'm old and not cool, but a good wrench. He had a real (IMO POS) fairing on it (held on with rubber bungees around the fork tubes) - it was trashed in the crash, so we need something else - he's 21 and has sort of weird (to a guy my age) taste. He would kill for a fairing that looked like a skull with the eyes being the lights. He had pulled the stock front fairing, put on the POS, and left all the other stock fairings - and put a cage and a 12 o'clock bar on it (which was also trashed in the crash) - I can make a nice 12 0'clock bar, or we can buy one??

So what you you young cool stunt guys do if you were designing your dream 954 (no smart remarks about sell the 954 - he is stuck with it). I have no Idea what to do for a fairing - I would pull all the other plastic (side fairings and lowers) if I were going to have a cage. Any ideas would be appreciated. Pics - links - etc. :/:
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Old 10-18-2007, 11:42 PM   #2
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acerbis front headlight, new cage and 12 bar. zip tie the gagues or mount them to the top of the tripple and your good to go
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i'll sell you my cage
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Old 10-18-2007, 11:52 PM   #4
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What about the side fairings and lowers - remove or not, and where do you buy the acerbis fairing - which model? Thansks
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Old 10-18-2007, 11:55 PM   #5
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The cage he has is not hurt - this is it:
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you can keep the fairings, i dunno if the lowers for the 954 are the same as a 929, but my friend left the lowers on his 929 and kept the mids and upper off and it looked pretty good.

the acerbis headlight is a headlight made mainly for dirtbikes, so they dont provide that much light on the street
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Old 10-18-2007, 11:59 PM   #7
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acerbis stuff can be found all over the net. try google and find your best prices.

www.haibikeshop.com has a lot of stunt stuff
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Is this the kind you mean? http://www.acerbis.com/p107_headlight/p107.html
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the blitz is my favorite.. it looks good on my friends 929

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if you have the fairings , keep em

i prefer the stock stunt bike look ...
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if you have the fairings , keep em

i prefer the stock stunt bike look ...
Do you mean ALL the stock fairings - including the front?
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Do you mean ALL the stock fairings - including the front?


unless he is going for some trick custom look , but a stock looking stunt bike is best imo cause it still looks like a bike at the end of the day
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954's are ready to stunt stock...Throw a cage on there and get after it.
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unless he is going for some trick custom look , but a stock looking stunt bike is best imo cause it still looks like a bike at the end of the day
I agree - he seems to think the stock look isn't "cool".
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