I am guessing you are after Muzzy "cans" rather than "fans" minime.
I have Muzzy cans on my Kawasaki ZX-14 and they are are a common add-on for Kawa bikes so maybe a Kawa dealer could track some down for your Tambo.
Youd'e be better of getting them (the Fans, not pipes) in from the USA or Europe, some local blokes will rape you if they hear it's for a MV. Try motowheels.com in the USA or if you ask the boys from motovationusa.com .I am sure they will help you, our exchange rate with the USA is very good at the moment, stay away from eMoto/ItaMoto. There are other sites in Europe with great people that will help you like motodiego.com but the exchange rate is not so good, choice is yours, I have used all these blokes before and they are great people.
PS. I also have a set of ABM 310mm Full-Floater disc's for sale at $A450.00 that will suit your bike or the "S" model bikes, Brutale or F4. They have only done five laps to be bedded in before silly me realised they are 310mm and not the required 320mm for my bike.
I got mine from Noel (theKnurl) he had a spare set laying around, Pay pal - 6 days & they were here. If you can't get them direct from Muzzy, PM Noel or CAG either will help sort something out for you I am sure.
As for getting them in Australia - I don't even TRY to source anything over here anymore, as much as I'd like to support our local suppliers and/or economy, how the fuck do you support those that won't help themselves? - I am sick to death or our sheltered workshop mentality that tarnishes our magnificent Country. The world is a global village now & the sooner these morons realise that they DON'T have a monopoly the sooner we can to return to proper, profitable & sensible business practices. :rant:
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