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Whats this part called-need it in carbon

Hi all- i have just ordered carbon air duct covers- the items with CRC marked on them in the picture but forward from them is another small piece of blanking plastic. Just forward of the 2 silver bolts you can see under the clip on.....

Does anyone know what this small piece of plastic is called as i want to order one for each side in carbon, talking about the near vertical piece of plastic not the curved horizontal piece.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-12-2009, 11:58 AM
 
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I've seen them named "Instrument Covers" , Ignition Wire Replacements (eMoto), and Electric Covers.
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Here's a photo of the two carbon electric covers installed:
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Ordered-

What a site- just spunked loads of cash on a load of carbon.....

Thanks :-)

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those look like MVSP carbon, or are they from another vedor. I got them from MVSP and the finish is amazing!

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cheap as chips from emoto- the quality looks spot on too
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Ordered-

What a site- just spunked loads of cash on a load of carbon.....

Thanks :-)
Oh god. I hope you're not talking about eMoto...
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The covers in the photo are from Bestem. This particular carbon fit well and the finish is excellent.
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cheap as chips from emoto- the quality looks spot on too

Holy shit !!!! Don't do it... it's cheap cause you'll never see it


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You mite get them in 2013. or am i just cynical.
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