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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 12-15-2012, 03:09 PM Thread Starter
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03-06 600rr fairings

Looking for complete fairing kit for my 03 600rr,(oem-aftermarket) must be good deal or ill just buy chiniese fairings on ebay for $370,
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I'm looking for the same. Heard there were fitment issues with those eBay ones. If you get them from there (think I've seen the same ones coming from Hong Kong?) Let me know how they fit? Saw some all black ones coming from somewhere in La Verne, CA for a little cheaper from some guys store that sells them.
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advice is to suck up the cost of scraping together oem skins and get them paint. Regardless of where your aftermarket fairings come from you can count on disappointment.

Fact of the matter is the quality and durability just isnt the same. So pay $600 for some used oem and have them paint. OR go aftermakert and be forced to replace within a yr if not less.


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you can basically piece complete oem sets for cheap! The only part thats going to cost you is the NOSE. Everything else can be had for $40-75 each.

Theres always some posted on here for sale as well as ebay. Good luck


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Sounds like the best deal for you would be aftermarket fairings because I doubt anyone would sell a full set in good condition for anywhere near aftermarket price.


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you can basically piece complete oem sets for cheap! The only part thats going to cost you is the NOSE. Everything else can be had for $40-75 each.

Theres always some posted on here for sale as well as ebay. Good luck
He speaks the truth. I am a nose away from having a pieced together oem set.

Btw my fairings are 2 years old and they still look new. Depends on your upkeep on them.


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He speaks the truth. I am a nose away from having a pieced together oem set.

Btw my fairings are 2 years old and they still look new. Depends on your upkeep on them.


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You've only put 4000 miles on your bike in those two years, with 3868 of those miles were up and down your drive way, so of course they're still in good condition.

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Had my eBay's for a year they still look new. Also have my oem lambo yellow fairings but have some road rash.
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Aftermarket fairings do not last especially if you take them off multiple times. Take the advice above and piece together an OEM set. You can even piece together an OEM set that all matches if you put the time and effort to find the right deals.
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I'm thinking of going Chinese too, it's been hard trying to find pearl flash yellow :(
I've got my eye on a set of pearly whites :D


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You've only put 4000 miles on your bike in those two years, with 3868 of those miles were up and down your drive way, so of course they're still in good condition.

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