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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-18-2019, 10:31 AM Thread Starter
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Fairings needed

Hi all. Just curious where you all recommend getting fairings from for a 2005 F4. I’d love to buy OEM if possible, but I’m pretty sure that would put me in eBay territory. Has anybody had good luck with after market suppliers? I also need the left side engine cover (says F4 on it) and a rear view mirror. Thanks!
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If you don't mind body parts that need a little Body Technician magic you can find OEM parts at reasonable prices.....but unless you want to pay large $$$ they will need repairs and paint.

The Chinese stuff is cheap but fit and finish leaves a bit to be desired.

Check availability from the factory by visiting StarTwins Trading https://startwintrading.com/

or BikeParts https://www.bike-parts-mv.com/mvagusta-motorcycle

If they are listed available then your local dealer can order from the factory too !!!

I have a few beat up body side panels if you go that route.

Decals can be found or made. There is a guy in Russia that sell kits for MVs. They're priced right and seem to be good quality.

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If you don't mind body parts that need a little Body Technician magic you can find OEM parts at reasonable prices.....but unless you want to pay large $$$ they will need repairs and paint.

The Chinese stuff is cheap but fit and finish leaves a bit to be desired.

Check availability from the factory by visiting StarTwins Trading https://startwintrading.com/

or BikeParts https://www.bike-parts-mv.com/mvagusta-motorcycle

If they are listed available then your local dealer can order from the factory too !!!

I have a few beat up body side panels if you go that route.

Decals can be found or made. There is a guy in Russia that sell kits for MVs. They're priced right and seem to be good quality.



I have a 2005 also and ordered a set from the guy in russia. they're not oem quality but they're decent.
A lot of the decals for the 05/06 bikes are discontinued from MV, I tried ordering them thru my dealer and they were only able to get about half of them.


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Where are you located? If the UK I'm breaking a 1078 and have a full set of fairings, some panels are scratched and marked but would make a set to use on track or paint etc

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post #5 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-26-2019, 06:14 AM
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Check out this seller on eBay:

https://www.ebay.com/str/eurotakeoffs

He has a lot of new MV fairings and has more stock than is listed on eBay if you don't see what you are looking for.

I've purchased a few fairings from him and all are like new condition.

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I probably have a phonic cover laying around somewhere.

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I have had good luck with ebay but like someone else said be prepared to have them painted for the the lesser expensive parts
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I have an '05 silver belly pan, scratched on the bottom, no cracks
How about $100 + shipping?
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What does a carbon front fender go for? I got one of those in the garage.
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