STOCK OR AFTERMARKET FAIRINGS??

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  • #4131
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    osker600
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    What do u prefer or think looks better stock or aftermarket fairings and stock exhaust or aftermarket?? Let me hear what you gota say..

    #4138
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    gotta get a bigger pic of that playboy

    stock exhaust is no good,… only after market IMO

    Stock fairings only if you need to buy a Fairing or 2 but whole set is a waste of money even though in my own experience my aftermarket fairings where a complete disappointment because when my bike crashed in the front.. ALL my fairings broke. thats aftermarket for you.. not as good quality but a fraction of the price.

    #4195
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    Yeah I mean stock fairings are gonna be the best quality but at a large premium. I’m looking into some of those fatal cycle farings they are a little more but people have been saying they have good quality products

    #4242
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    Fairings – Aftermarket if you know how to use a drill and heat gun.
    Exhaust – Aftermarket looks better, sounds better and is less weight.

    #4263
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    @ATX600rr not always the case bro. I got my Repsol fairings form china and everything lined up as good as dealership fairings. no joke i didnt’t have to do any modifications and everything looked great. it was cheap quality though not gonna argue there.

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    Thats good to know. I have never done them personally but when I do im gonna atleast clean up the bolt/push pin holes with my drill.

    #4313
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    Honestly for the fairings u can get the same fairing set of aftermarket as OEM for the quarter of the price it just depends where you go.
    I kno from experence that fatal cycles fairings are top notch quality

    #4319
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    @cbrman50 THANK you for mentioning Fatal Cycles. I didn’t know of them before now and it looks like they are about to get my business.

    To the OP I agree with the others. Aftermarket ANYTHING looks/acts better if it’s done right esp. exhaust. Fairings are such a gamble at times. Too many people buy cheap stuff only to get burned. Save for the good stuff or as @Roman put it here just buy what you need if you’re just interested in replacing broken/faded fairings or want to spice up your color scheme a bit.

    #4320
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    Ya man check them out fatalcycles.com they are also on Facebook they also have great customer service

    #4321
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    I’m on their site now. They have some good stuff. Just shot them an email about fairings and flush mount blinkers. I love their design. Always exciting to find a new store for bike parts. My checking account hates me. :(

    #4325
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    hey nick, fatalcycles are good guys to go with!!! thats who im gonna get my cracked fairing from!

    #4334
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    Agreed they have a good thing going. I found one on their Fb that I like. Might mess around with the design just to have something that is my own. Plus you know my year has that extra plastic at the bottom. *cusses Honda

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    What year do u have??

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