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For any riders contemplating getting new fairings, I recently placed an order with auctmarts.com for a full fairing kit ('07 cbr600rr) for $330. I will post updates and pictures (once they get painted) throughout the process. Chinese plastics won't fit perfectly but you can't complain for the money you're spending. Other options like Monster just didn't make sense value wise to me and I did a good amount of due diligence regarding reviews and experiences with auctmarts. Customer service has been great so far. Should arrive in about 4 weeks, hopefully sooner than later though! Hope this helps anyone who's on the fence or considering new plastics.

P.S. use code AUCTMARTS for $20 off your order

P.P.S. if you pull the trigger, be aware of matte kits as these specifically are comprised of painted decals/stickers as opposed to full gloss paint (aka peeling, bubbles, imperfections). Safe bet to go full gloss and skip out on the aesthetic matte finish. Also, if you or a friend are looking for just one fairing piece, they'll likely make a deal with you for a particular fairing (painted) if someone purchases a kit.
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I've been waiting for a 2019 review, I found the set i want and am just waiting on a few answers from auctmart first. But i'm curious if they come with all the Honda and CBR logo's, I know that Honda has gotten onto a few company's for selling aftermarket fairings with their Honda logo's. I know aufairings will not put the Honda logo's on the bike, they told me that they include the stickers for the Honda logo's but only the CBR600RR logo's are preinstalled on the fairings. But That company wants 490 for a set and I feel about 99% sure they all come from China anyway so why pay more. But can't wait to see your review.

Update: Auctmarts replied and said they do still paint the logo's so I went ahead and pulled the trigger and ordered a set myself. I chose this set https://shop.auctmarts.com/fairings/honda/1h95.html

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I am planning on replacing the OEM fairings before track day season so am very curious about in particular fitment of these. Cheers for this thread 👍
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I like the color, very much looking forward to seeing them installed.

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My take on the Chinese fairings (I've had 2 different brands, for 2 different bikes) is that they will fit "perfectly" 95%. The other 5% will leave gaps or holes will not align properly. But usually, the holes lining up problem, happens when it's more than 2 layers of body (2 body panels and a back panel, or something like that).

One thing they both have in common, is that they're both made to be assembled once and only once. Everytime I took it apart, things were harder to put together. Locking tabs get worn down quickly, or break, so body parts stop connecting. Getting a good bolt kit makes a HUGE difference. Those supplied usually don't have the correct nuts/bolts.

That's my $0.02
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Update: I'm still waiting which is fine. Communication isn't as much of a problem as I suspected but you can tell English is a second language but they've always replied in a few days.

I asked about the 20 dollar discount, but they said because I chose to make two payments I'm not eligible for it. Which the reason is, i want to see the finished product before paying the final half of the payments. Will post an update when I recieve mine.

I don't expect oem fitment but for the price I can buy a new set yearly if they in fact do for good enough for my liking. I'll probably take it to my mechanic who has experience with Chinese fairings for the initial fitment just because my bikes going in for a valve check anyways. Will post an update when they're done painting mine and send pics.
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I bought a fairing set from Auctmarts (matte black) about 8 months ago.

Decals still look great. The paint scratches easily and isn't very many coats. Scratches down to white plastic if you aren't too careful.

Fitment is pretty good.

Overall, the bike looks great, and you can't beat the price. Would recommend.

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I noticed some people complaining about thin paint.. has anybody ever asked these people to do extra coats of paint or gloss?
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Mine arrived a month from ordering. Surprisingly fast shipping, from the time i got my tracking number to receiving fairings was like five days from China. For budget fairings, I give them a three out of five stars. The fitment obviously isn't oem. And I'll include pictures where fitment wasn't perfect. The paint, I'm actually pretty pleased with, there's a little flaking on edges but it's not too bad. To be honest, other than a small crack on the nose fairing, I cannot see any actual imperfections on the paint. But time will tell of course how it holds up. I put the tail cover to give you guys an idea of what it looks like but i threw my rear oem seat back on. And the windscreen will get replaced, it's more of a touring screen than racing or double bubble which im personally not a fan of so keep that in mind.
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I ended up installing myself and Was a little worried from hearing the trouble some people have had but I've removed my oem fairings a thousand times in the 40k miles I've racked up on my bike. And they honestly weren't any harder than wrestling the oem's into place.
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Since the bike just passed 40k, was time for some maintenance. Installed a 520 chain/sprocket conversion. Bmc air filter and ecu flash for my two brothers exhaust. Changed spark plugs, checked and adjusted a few valves. And installed an APE manual cam chain tensioners since I'm tired of replacing the oem's.
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Since the bike just passed 40k, was time for some maintenance. Installed a 520 chain/sprocket conversion. Bmc air filter and ecu flash for my two brothers exhaust. Changed spark plugs, checked and adjusted a few valves. And installed an APE manual cam chain tensioners since I'm tired of replacing the oem's.


Bike looks great!
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So I made a boo boo, I didn't install the heatshielding on the lower fairings, and it's started to warp from the exhaust. I figured since the oem plastics didn't need them, the aftermarkets shouldn't either. But it's not bad enough to make me want to replace them. The lowers only just warped a little and haven't gotten any worse in the three weeks I've been riding daily so they're staying on since they match so we'll.

But I definitely recommend putting the heat shielding on the lower front left and all the way back on the lower front right, following the exhaust and I think that will prevent the problem I had.
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I ended up installing myself and Was a little worried from hearing the trouble some people have had but I've removed my oem fairings a thousand times in the 40k miles I've racked up on my bike. And they honestly weren't any harder than wrestling the oem's into place.
I'm interested to hear how these stand the test of time. I've heard the fitment is pretty decent initially, but gets much worse over time after taking them off/on. Update in the future!
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https://shop.auctmarts.com/fairings/...2004/1a73.html Thats what i ordered.... gotta wait few more weeks for then to arrive....
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they sale precut heatshielding on ebay. installed in minutes on mine.
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