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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-20-2009, 04:51 AM Thread Starter
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What you guy's think about it ?
Should I keep the CF rear hugger or I let the painted one on it ?
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None Michel, none !
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None Michel, none !
Why none Haupti ??????

This will protect the rear suspension and silencer from melted rubber or what ever you pick up on the track
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whats been done to the front one? keep the front and back ones matching..
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whats been done to the front one? keep the front and back ones matching..
Front is painted
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go painted, it looks great....


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painted then
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They both look good.Probably the cf will blend better in that area.l
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Painted looks better for sure.
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Why none Haupti ??????

This will protect the rear suspension and silencer from melted rubber or what ever you pick up on the track
Because even a CF Piece is weighing something and You don't need it. The 750's didn't had one at all. As mine and there is nowhere melted rubber on my Bike. Plus did You saw any rear hugger at the Superstock bikes ? At least I can't see a rear hugger on Luca's AMA Machine.
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