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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 04-21-2007, 05:28 PM Thread Starter
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new fairings for my F4R...really nice!!!

Hi all
Have a look at the new set of fairings for my F4R

AS IT LOOKS NOW





HOW WILL LOOK LIKE WITH THIS DRESS??





NEW PICTURES SOON...

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I think that's gonna look bad ass.

Where did you source your new plastics?

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good idea, look forward to seeing the results.
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Very nice, why did you buy the black R and then paint it up red? change of mind? always preferred the red/silver combo
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Nope..
Those are new fairings; I have decided to use the F4R just on the tracks. After many years and different motorclycles such as Harley Davidson (many years ago) Honda and Ducati, I finally went with MV Agusta and no more riding on roads.

Weather in Spain is very good throughtout the year so I can go to circuits pretty often. The road has turned very dangerous overhere (radars, police controls, and new points system license) and in the last two years I have lost a couple of good friends. So it is not worthy!! anymore.

This is my third year going to circuits and it is a lot of fun, and riding an MV F4R increase sensation even more... Last year I used my Brutale 910 and I can not wait fot 1st May (first track day for me in 2007) to use the F4R.

So original fairings will be kept away in case I decided to sell the bike in a future.

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Weather in Spain is very good throughtout the year so I can go to circuits pretty often. The road has turned very dangerous overhere (radars, police controls, and new points system license) and in the last two years I have lost a couple of good friends. So it is not worthy!! anymore.

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Move to another country

Australia is about the same size as europe with 30 times less population.
Theres places to ride here where you don't see anyone.

And we have tracks., and great weather (although its raining now)
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what PPGcode did you end up going with to get that red? or the dark grey for the panels? and if you were concerned about resale with the original fairings, having a hole drilled in the side of them for the sliders may not help that out too much. can't wait to see the pics though after you swap them out.
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