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Where can I purchase that strip of black tubing around the top edge of the F4 windshield? Is it glued on the edge of the windshield? I'd like to do that for my Ducati 848's windshield. Thanks.


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I had to get mine for Cyclegear in the San Fernando Valley:

http://www.cyclegear.com/spgm.cfm?L1...item=MRX_WT2_G


After a few years, the strip started to peel.
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I'd like to do that for my Ducati 848's windshield.

Funniest question yet this week on this forum...

Why be halfhearted; just get yourself an F4!

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I had to get mine for Cyclegear in the San Fernando Valley:

http://www.cyclegear.com/spgm.cfm?L1...item=MRX_WT2_G


After a few years, the strip started to peel.
Cool! Thanks...


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Funniest question yet this week on this forum...

Why be halfhearted; just get yourself an F4!
Well, the older F4s are sexy looking but technological laggars and the new one's paint scheme just don't do anything for me. Just picked up an 08' 1098 so if I want to get another sportbike, I would most likely go for the new BMW S1000RR and get rid of the 848.


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get rid of the 848.
Don't. It's a beautiful bike, and beauty comes way before function. As we all know. Get a 998. S. F.E..

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Well, the older F4s are sexy looking but technological laggars and the new one's paint scheme just don't do anything for me. Just picked up an 08' 1098 so if I want to get another sportbike, I would most likely go for the new BMW S1000RR and get rid of the 848.
Just wait until November 2009 and decide if you like the new F5 (or whatever they call it). It will probably be at least 6 months until it actually hits showrooms.
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Just wait until November 2009 and decide if you like the new F5 (or whatever they call it). It will probably be at least 6 months until it actually hits showrooms.
Yes, it would be interesting to see what the new generation of F3/F5... holds, compared to its European competitors.


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