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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-04-2016, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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Track Fairings... the best and the worst

Hi Guys,

I just got my race fairings, I gamble and try a new brand and I'm surprised with the quality.

So bikesplast.com is a go !!!

They are really thin, flexible and light.
The finishing is impeccable, the white gel-coat is super glossy (maybe the molds were new)
The fit also is very good and they came with the quick released d-ring already installed.

I will post pictures soon.

Shares your fairings and let see which one are the best and which ones are the worst.
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I have Sharkskinz on my Ducati track bike. They fit well and have held up nicely.

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I have Armor Bodies on 2 bikes and Sharkskinz on 2 including the F3. Both brands have worked well and hold up.

Cannot recommend Catalyst had a set in 2013 and they were junk, fitment was off, took a lot of prep to paint, and they didn't flex enough causing cracking at the mounting points.

Tried some Chinese painted stuff for a street bike. I was surprised they were as good as they were, but not OEM plastic quality. I'd do that again in a pinch. Best of luck

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Thin fairings might not be a good thing imo, I've seen quite a few thin fairings that don't hold up well after a crash. On the other hand you don't want very thick fairings that don't flex, crack and don't mount right .

Please share pics anyways, I'm looking to buy a set of track fairings.
Btw, is the tail fairing one piece or 2? And does it use the stock seat or needs foam pad?
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Amour Bodies on my 09 zx6r. they are great. crashed them and only a scuff

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I've been using the Catalyst Composites gear for about 5 years, and must say they've improved vastly, and now do a lightweight version too, which I've not been able to afford. For me in Australia, the shipping of fairings cost's as much as a full set of gear.

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