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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-20-2011, 10:42 PM Thread Starter
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750 Fairing vs 350 Fairing

will it work on the Ipo? Or too big?

'70 Triumph T100R Flat Track
'74 350 Elettronica
'64 Tevere Motocarro
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'68 Vespa Super
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-21-2011, 02:18 AM
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No idea.

But if you can't find one, check this out:

http://www.magni.it/carenature.htm
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will it work on the Ipo? Or too big?
Looks OK I think, gunnar. Here's an example..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osBUgv4rhbg
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At a guess, the fairing on the you tube Ipotesi looks very much like the fairing on a 750. Perhaps a search in the parts manuals for the Ipotesi and the 750 Sport may be of help.
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The 750 fairing is too big for the 350, although you could modify one it would require a lot of work.

The 350 fairing is actualy the same item as the one fitted to the 125 Sport (although there is a slight difference in the kickstart side).

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The 350 fairing is actualy the same item as the one fitted to the 125 Sport (although there is a slight difference in the kickstart side).
Really? That's interesting. You learn something new every day. Thanks, Dorian.
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Hi chaps

Although he doesn't say as much in his ad., I had some correspondence with the bike's owner last year, and he is of the opinion that the fairing came from the 750. It looks to have the brackets from the 750 bolted to its side-panels, but from there on it's anybody's guess how its affixed. (Its rearmost edge appears to foul the kickstart a little too).

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