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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-04-2018, 07:36 AM Thread Starter
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WTB 2011 1090RR right side radiator cover

Im located in New Jersey USA. If you have one for purchase please contact me.

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Does the color matter? I have a silver one off 2010 990r.

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Time to go Carbon Fiber!
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Does the color matter? I have a silver one off 2010 990r.
I wouldn't want to take the chance of the 990 and 1090 from different years matching up in color or fitment. I'm not really an expert on that. If it was just a matter of color, sure I could paint it. Thank you for the offer though!

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The thought has crossed my mind, but the expense of it out weighs the benefit (for me). I ordered a new piece from the dealer, we will see what Italy sends me this time. The first attempt didn't go so well.

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The thought has crossed my mind, but the expense of it out weighs the benefit (for me). I ordered a new piece from the dealer, we will see what Italy sends me this time. The first attempt didn't go so well.
Wow I would think Bestem USA would be way cheaper for two covers than one OEM - but I could be wrong.

My rear hugger was not that much $$ comparatively and the quality was awesome.

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