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MV Agusta 800 Dragster RR in carbon fiber....

So, I took my MV Agusta 800 Dragster RR out for a ride today after I did some "Enhancements" with carbon fiber bits from 'Moto Composites" of Canada to see if it was the "Look" I was trying to achieve. The bike can easily be taken back to OEM in a snap but the CF is also a nice look? If it's over-done, then a return to OEM it is. No problem.





















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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-10-2017, 03:49 PM
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I think that looks lovely. I wanted those indicators myself but never fitted them

My front fork guards got pitted to crap so can't imagine how that carbon one will look after a few thousand miles
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I'm not usually a big carbon fan but I think that looks excellent. What's the little bracket next to the rad guard ?

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Carbon is like bikes, cars and money. You can never have too much. Looks great!!

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That looks great. I am considering doing the same thing on the silver bits on a red/black Dragster.

Still toying with testing it with a vynil carbon fibre wrap on those parts, or going all the way.

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Can you take a super tight pic of the duct intakes in carbon. I recently got some from Bestin, and they just don't fit right. Kinda look like yours doesn't either. but not enough to tell.. thx if you can.
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I think dry carbon or matte looking would be better. I dont like the gloss.

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Some places offer the twill carbon fibre in both a matt or a gloss finish. I've also wondered what it would look like with the red and black twill pattern.

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I've also wondered what it would look like with the red and black twill pattern.

Fugly!!!

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Fugly!!!
Now that I have the bike in front of me I tend to agree.

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