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    Shakes. Creates stress at those other mounting points. I hate being behind a bike with the ass end shaking/vibrating. It only took 5 mins to make my 2 little mounting brackets.
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    Hâte that too bikes with loose bodywork, our scrutineering would fail it.

    I also hold the bike by the tail when lifting onto the paddock stand so would like it fixed.

    look a good fit, and like our CRC fairings, great price too
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    Quote Originally Posted by motoracerx View Post
    Shakes. Creates stress at those other mounting points. I hate being behind a bike with the ass end shaking/vibrating. It only took 5 mins to make my 2 little mounting brackets.
    Must fit over the rear subframe different than mine I guess. Mine don't shake at all and are very tight - tight enough that you can push the bike around by it without any movement. I too hold the bike by the tail when putting on the stand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by motoracerx View Post
    Alright, I got around to putting these most awesome ebay fairings on.

    Pros:

    -Nicely packed and fast international shipping. Peru to Ohio, U.S. in less than 2 wks
    -white primer finish looks nice. No runs, no blemishes, no cracks. 'dimples' are nicely laid out spot on for drilling, except for the 2 rear mounting holes in the tail - i'll explain/show
    -easiest set of bodywork i've ever put on. Easier than the GSXR's I did this week.
    -No trimming or cutting anywhere.

    Cons:

    -The back 2 mounting holes/dimples were about 1/4-3/8" off. I made 2 extesions out of some aluminum. This is shown in the pictures.
    I could have drilled different holes instead of making the little brackets but i wanted all of the mounting bolts to be in the center of the dimples/mounting points. The brackets i made are prototypes but they seem to work just fine, so although not the prettiest, i may leave them as they are.

    -Right front midfairing dsuz faster hits the overflow bottle on the radiator. I'm going to put a 1/2" piece of hard dense foam on the bottle to act as a spacer between the overflow and the fairing/dsuz fastener.

    I've no idea how it crashes and don't really care cause i'm not into repairing bodywork. If gorilla tape and zipties can't fix it, it goes to the dumpster.
    Looks good!

    Especially for the price

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    Has anyone tried these?

    Was thinking of getting some for use on track days especially as these come with a tank cover also.

    https://www.666carbon.com/en/painted...ml#description

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