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I'm looking for a fairing for a 74 350 sport that's here in the states. Anyone have any leads?
 

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I have tried in vain to get one here. Magni wants 1000+ american for it and from the spares club it was perfect but shipping from europe is just way too much. Almost as much as the fairing itself.
I would LOVE to get some Magni pipes but bought too many toys this year and need other parts more...like scarab brakes!
 

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I have tried in vain to get one here. Magni wants 1000+ american for it and from the spares club it was perfect but shipping from europe is just way too much. Almost as much as the fairing itself.
I would LOVE to get some Magni pipes but bought too many toys this year and need other parts more...like scarab brakes!
Yes Alex, that shipping is a killer for large volume items. I got mine in the same box that I transported my 125 sport to Australia in. I threw in some Magni pipes for both the 350 & 125 as well and it was covered by the one shipping fee, so in effect, I got the parts over for free over the cost of shipping the bike.
 

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Helmut hello! :)

That's a cool site - I am not sure about the product, the tanks are plastic? Fibreglass? Surely they can't be metal at that price? I am wondering about mounting hardware & screens - Magni provides everything.

There is lots on interesting stuff in there, I have bookmarked it :) Thank you Helmi - great find! :yo:
 

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Hi Rob,

you're wellcome. I've already ordered some thing from this company and I was everytime satisfied - and Mr. Massimo (the owner?) speaks English if you need help.

The material of the tank is GFK, like fibreglass. But be careful, because these tanks are often not allowed to use it on public roads.

more useful links:
http://www.motostoricheitaliane.com/Eng_Menu.html
http://www.menani.it/menani/
http://www.sd-tec.de/catalog/index.php/language/en?osCsid=ef4469ec7f1dc9b95ad718396af08010

cheers
Helmut
 

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Tronconi & Novelli (motocicliveloci) is a phantastic little shop for vintage bike enthusiasts. I was there in the shop in November, during EICMA. Really nice guys and a place to dream. I bought there all the stuff to get my 350B sportier. At the first April weekend is roll out and track testing in Oschersleben at the Moto Days. Photos soon there after. I'm really excited.
 

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Hi Rob,

you're wellcome. I've already ordered some thing from this company and I was everytime satisfied - and Mr. Massimo (the owner?) speaks English if you need help.

The material of the tank is GFK, like fibreglass. But be careful, because these tanks are often not allowed to use it on public roads.

more useful links:
http://www.motostoricheitaliane.com/Eng_Menu.html
http://www.menani.it/menani/
http://www.sd-tec.de/catalog/index.php/language/en?osCsid=ef4469ec7f1dc9b95ad718396af08010

cheers
Helmut

Wow Helmut, thanks, you certainly are a fountain of knowledge :yo: I speak Italian fluently, so that's no problem - it's just German I had a problem with remember? :laughing:

I will bookmark all those sites as well :) Thank again!

Tronconi & Novelli (motocicliveloci) is a phantastic little shop for vintage bike enthusiasts. I was there in the shop in November, during EICMA. Really nice guys and a place to dream. I bought there all the stuff to get my 350B sportier. At the first April weekend is roll out and track testing in Oschersleben at the Moto Days. Photos soon there after. I'm really excited.
Me too - I LOVE photos! can't wait to see them Ralf :)
 
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