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quick question

what is the black plastic piece behind the front left turn signal called? set the bike down on a slow turn and need it replaced before i get my flush mounts.

the fairing is fine but its the piece directly behind it cracked in half causing the turn signal to hang there. not sure what its called or where to get one
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heres the damage. and its a 2007 cbr600rr




and the back side. the black plastic cracked peice



not sure where i would even get one of those

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Number 13 on this image

13: COWL, L. MIDDLE
(INNER),A AC 6131204-001

Go to cyclepartsnation to buy it, they are the cheapest I've seen on OEM parts thus far

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that was VERY helpful. thanks. found one for $10... not bad for a dropped bike. pretty happy my leg too 90% of the drop

do you have an oem part number for this also?
or a link to the parts manual? that would be quite helpful

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that was VERY helpful. thanks. found one for $10... not bad for a dropped bike. pretty happy my leg too 90% of the drop

do you have an oem part number for this also?
or a link to the parts manual? that would be quite helpful

http://www.bikebandit.com/houseofmot...600rr/o/m15636
COVER, ALTERNATOR
,A AC 6130353-001

I would see if anybody has one for sale here first. These things come up often

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where are you getting the part numbers. haha i need to get a copy of this
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where are you getting the part numbers. haha i need to get a copy of this
On the bottom of the link, just scroll down. Like the generator cover was under the battery section. Just match the number on the list and the part number is on the right.

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