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08-18-2009 03:54 PM
mvnaz Thanks guys! I ordered the fender for now to see if it works!
08-18-2009 04:26 AM
DB Graves I have Catalyst bodywork on my Duc...they are a great product as Crash said above. They're also quite responsive, so send em an e-mail to make sure your tire warmers will fit under their front fender
08-18-2009 01:15 AM
crash2much
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Ok...I've looked on the net for raceglass fenders and couldn't find anything! Do you no of a website? Where did you get it?
Check these guys out. Great outfit with a great product.
http://catalystracingcomposites.com/
08-18-2009 01:05 AM
RT1 diamond tyre warmers, cant remember where i got them but
08-17-2009 11:53 PM
mvnaz
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got worried so fitted my race front fender when i got home and the tyre warmers fit easily thank god

Ok...I've looked on the net for raceglass fenders and couldn't find anything! Do you no of a website? Where did you get it?

By the way, what tires are you running? I think these new Michelins have a tall carcus, any help with an extended front fender would be great! The story above about the guy wearing thru his break line is an eye-opener! I'd like to avoid that at all costs!
08-17-2009 12:39 PM
devilboy ask stp what they do with their race bike.
08-17-2009 11:44 AM
Mika never had an issue getting Chicken Hawks on mine
08-17-2009 09:39 AM
RT1 got worried so fitted my race front fender when i got home and the tyre warmers fit easily thank god

08-17-2009 03:18 AM
emmevi125s the bracket also had a small step in it.
08-17-2009 02:07 AM
emmevi125s Tyre warmers don't fit on the F4, although I'm not sure about the later models.

The Australian race team from a year ago made some aluminium spacers to push the guard out from the tyre and provide enough room for tyre warmers. I have some pics which I'll have a look for later.

A race glass fender is probably the same as a normal guard as the manufacturer would have used a normal guard for the mold. If so it's of no use.

Removal of the front guard to allow tyre warmers may not be an option depending on the routing of the brake cables. A friend did just that on his 996 SP. He crested Lukey (Phillip Island) only to find he had no front brakes (the wheel had rubbed against the brake lines creating a hole). The result was mega downshift, lots of rear brake, soiled jocs and the knowledge that you can go quite fast, or at least much faster than what he was used to, around MG.
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