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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-13-2018, 07:38 AM Thread Starter
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Bodywork 2014 to 17

Hi guys,
Just got myself a f3 675 for track duties ))
Quick question:
Are there any fairing differences between a 2014 f3 800 and a 17/18? If so, would I still be able to swap them?
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post #2 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-13-2018, 01:49 PM
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Quite sure you will be safe using any bodywork up until 2018, and all the trackskins I have seen are the same ones that have been around for the last 5 years.

Where are you located at?

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I was asking for a used f3 I’m looking at now for the street, the fairings look bit different but it’s probably the custom paintwork.
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Hi guys,
Just got myself a f3 675 for track duties ))
Quick question:
Are there any fairing differences between a 2014 f3 800 and a 17/18? If so, would I still be able to swap them?
Thank you
No changes to the fairings since the 2012 675 came out. Only thing that changed was the LED tail light in 2015, but the mounting is the same. This applied to the 800 as well.
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I was asking for a used f3 Iím looking at now for the street, the fairings look bit different but itís probably the custom paintwork.

Any pictures of this beast?

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Any pictures of this beast?
If all goes well I should receive her in few days.
Plan is to upgrade quickshifter sensor with auto blip and ecustudio and possibly upgrade to aftermarket dash (if lights will keep working) and get rid of those decals 😉
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Nice wasn't that a forum members ride?

I really wish i knew if the Aim dash if used would allow the headlight and turn signals to work, so i could swap to that..

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Best way to know is to unplug the dash and see if lights and blinkers work.
Do you have chance to try?
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post #10 of 16 (permalink) Old 12-16-2018, 04:57 PM
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Best way to know is to unplug the dash and see if lights and blinkers work.
Do you have chance to try?
not this weekend, most i have done to any of my bikes is looked at them for the past month and change

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