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Old 04-29-2009, 11:22 PM   #1
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need input on smoked fairings

Any 1 ride with the smoked hotbodies fairings? I might be tempted to get a set but I would really like some more input and look at more pictures. I can't find squat on the net with random pictures for gsxr smoked fairings.
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Old 04-29-2009, 11:24 PM   #2
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Poser points for sure.. not much fun to look through in a full tuck.
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they look nice in pictures but ive heard that hot bodies' quality and fitment sucks.
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I think it looks sweet the only thing I have had hotbodies was an undertail for my gsxr 750 and it wasnt bad but its hard plastic if you wrecked it would probably explode haha
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Fitment is absolutely horrible and at high speeds, panels have a tendency to crack from flexing.
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Old 04-29-2009, 11:32 PM   #6
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that is so many ****in peices my painter would kick my lol i was also wondering what i wanted to paint my bike hmmm. the milliandollar question, o have u tried sharkskinz!! they are lighter and look sick as ... that is all
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that is so many ****in peices my painter would kick my lol i was also wondering what i wanted to paint my bike hmmm. the milliandollar question, o have u tried sharkskinz!! they are lighter and look sick as ... that is all
theyre pre-painted. why would you take them to a painter?
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theyre pre-painted. why would you take them to a painter?
becauseck wants to roll around with some stock paint, even u are reppin corona... but seriously the guy who is going to paint my bike i.e. painter would not be happy if i rolled up with 87 peices he had to take off or tape down... im just sayin they both look good though
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the clear and smoked fairings started way back in the 90s they where designed so that you could do it yourself paint. by using sprey paint and painted the inside of the fairings the clear makes it look super gloss and protects when laid down so no paint scratched just clear scratches then people started keeping them clear but anywho the whole point is so that you can paint it your self for cheap
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becauseck wants to roll around with some stock paint, even u are reppin corona... but seriously the guy who is going to paint my bike i.e. painter would not be happy if i rolled up with 87 peices he had to take off or tape down... im just sayin they both look good though
only because i wrecked the bike.
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Old 04-29-2009, 11:47 PM   #13
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thats right . look at that sexy.
I was just looking at your smugmug probably as you were posting this. yeah that kicks . So the only thing left is to match the tank with spray?

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dunno. i got the coronas because of my blue wheels. i dont even drink that stuff.
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