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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 03-03-2015, 10:30 PM Thread Starter
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Nice. Are you going to keep a similar paint scheme for your track fairings?
Just going to have them painted red and add some decals.
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Installed frame sliders

Frame sliders installed



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post #4 of 22 (permalink) Old 03-07-2015, 11:25 PM
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When you fit the front mudguard Rich, at the front the mudguard goes on the inside of the brackets, so screws come in form inside also, this allows more room for tyre warmers.
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When you fit the front mudguard Rich, at the front the mudguard goes on the inside of the brackets, so screws come in form inside also, this allows more room for tyre warmers.
Thanks for the assist.
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Locking mount for the tail

Had to figure out how I wanted to secure the tail. Fiberglassed some mounting bolts to attach my stock locking mechanism, worked great.







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Nice

Be sure to show us some pics when you've painted them
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Visited Motovation USA while in Austin today, did not have the radiator protector I wanted in stock, so picked up some decals for my track fairing. Will not have time to have them painted prior to my first track day, heading to COTA to ride this weekend.

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Painted and added decals

Decided to keep the fairings white, painted, cleared the belly pan, and added some decals this weekend. Need to clear the rest of the pieces.





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Finishing up the track fairings.

Clear coating the track fairings. The finish is great considering I did it all with rattle can instead of paying hundreds to have them painted.


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