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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-27-2014, 06:33 PM Thread Starter
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Best place to get fairings

Any one in the UK try this site?

http://www.motorcyclefairingsale.co....-fairings.html

Or do you know any other sites that have good fitting fairings?
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Are the typical chinese fairings available through ebay over there?
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Yeh but a friend of mine has an r6 with some and they look shocking as there is gaps all over that's what puts me off them... But it's £1500 for full oem


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The non-OEM offerings are a crap shoot.
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I concur about the non oem fairings. My previous RR came with a set that was just horrid. They did not hold up and looked like a mess even when everything was clipped together.

So I saved my money and sourced down a full kit here in the classifieds.

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I do not know if they ship to the UK but I was looking here for a set.

I just purchased a 2011 CBR and it was painted blue (I am fine with this), but I thought I would see what other colors I could get.

http://shop.absfairings.com/motorcyc...honda/cbr600rr
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I bought from ABSfairing too for a 13 model. after 3500 km they still okay, orange is not the initial one (black/white/red are still perfect) but since 2 month is the same, so I do not know if it will become white in 2/3 years but as per fitment they are really good. really few dremel.

If you have time and money to buy used OEM and paint as you want is the best choice. otherwise you may try chinese but you have to accept problems/issues.

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Why are you looking for fairings?

I purchased my bike from a friend and he painted the original fairings.

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Well ther is a couple of bits broken like the noes cone has a crack at the bottom of the mirror and the left upper fairing has broken where the 2 lugs clip into the tank cover and the 2 inner fairings where they go onto the side of the head lights, there is also a scuff on the tail unit (bought the bike cheep as it has been dropped) was thinking of trying to repair it all but by the time I repair paint and 're sticker it I may as well as get a new set, I wanted it all Perl white anyways so the coulor isn't 2 much of a problem :)
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If they are not really broken and you live where you cannot use your bike during the winter maybe if I were you I would try with something like this.

As said OEM is the best, if you go with Chinese you may risk some no-good-fitment issues but with 500/600 USD you will have a full set already painted as you like. It's just your decision :)

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Yeh think I will wait and get oem as I have just had 2 e mails from a graphics places and they both said the same.. that they have the hannspree writing but can not get the rest and the only way yo get them is by getting oem :/
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