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Old 10-10-2017, 10:37 PM   #1
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A month off from the track, and this is what I am doing

Getting close to having the Aprilia back together, and I figured it was time to give you all a little update on how the bike is coming together. I am working out some ergonomic tweaks with the new clip ons and the fairings are almost completely painted

I will share more photos the closer I get to being done.
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Old 10-10-2017, 11:10 PM   #2
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yes keep us updated
Where did u get your race body work?
Looking to get some for mine but not sure about the ebay quality
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Old 10-10-2017, 11:43 PM   #3
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Where did u get your race body work?
Looking to get some for mine but not sure about the ebay quality
Alright, so I bought mine from http://www.crcfairings.co.uk/. Which was a pretty penny. What I liked about them is that they came with the fasteners, pre-drilled, and a molded seat which is amazing. For the price point I still had to cut and drill several more holes to get things to fit correctly. Admittedly if I did not have the stock exhaust on and removed my kick stand the lower would have been a lot less work to fit.

They also arrived with several imperfections from the molding process. Which is why I took the extra step of adding primer to all the bodywork before continuing with my project

I really am enjoying painting fairings so if anyone wants me to create a design I would be happy to do so just for the practice.
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Avio Fiber fairings from Pro Fiber would be my choice if I was going the ebay route.
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Nice keep us posted

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Alright, so I bought mine from http://www.crcfairings.co.uk/. Which was a pretty penny. What I liked about them is that they came with the fasteners, pre-drilled, and a molded seat which is amazing. For the price point I still had to cut and drill several more holes to get things to fit correctly. Admittedly if I did not have the stock exhaust on and removed my kick stand the lower would have been a lot less work to fit.

They also arrived with several imperfections from the molding process. Which is why I took the extra step of adding primer to all the bodywork before continuing with my project

I really am enjoying painting fairings so if anyone wants me to create a design I would be happy to do so just for the practice.
Ahh I see...maybe ill give the pro fibers a try.
Paints looking nice btw
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Ahh I see...maybe ill give the pro fibers a try.
Paints looking nice btw
Thank you! Montana Black spray paint has done me well.
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