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post #1 of 66 (permalink) Old 07-29-2010, 09:09 AM Thread Starter
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Versys with an ER-6n belly pan

Just had to try it out to see how it looked.

I like it much better than the stock muffler guards.
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So it just bolts on without any issues? I think it looks good.


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It bolted on no problem.
Got the parts from bike bandit. It's all under the muffler section of the microfiche. You will need the 2 brackets that attach to the oil pan. Here are the part numbers from bike bandit.
11055: BRACKET,RH
11055A: BRACKET,LH
49107: COVER-EXHAUST PIPE,F.
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and Navydoc.

Had asked in the forum if anyone has tried your setup and you're the first.

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It bolted on no problem.
Got the parts from bike bandit. It's all under the muffler section of the microfiche. You will need the 2 brackets that attach to the oil pan. Here are the part numbers from bike bandit.
11055: BRACKET,RH
11055A: BRACKET,LH
49107: COVER-EXHAUST PIPE,F.
What did that cost you??
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$125, including shipping

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My girlfriend has an ER-6n and I wanted to try the swap just to see if it would fit. She didn't like the idea at all. You saved me from taking the risk of pissing her off.



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Glad I could help! It's also nice to see that i'm the first to go through with this. I know a lot of other people have been wondering how it would look. Now we just have to see how it looks in passion red!

I looked at Ermax($195) and Twinshack($171) but both seemed too pricy for what you are getting. Although I do like the look of the Twinshack (Poly 26) belly pan.

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Thanks, Navydoc. Got turned off because of the price. Happy farkling....

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too bad your image hosting has hijacks and pop ups. i'm sure if i didn't use firefox i would be infected already.
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Sorry, I didn't realize that image hosting site was such crap, it was all I had to work with at the time. Pic should be fine now.

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Not bad. Would like to see it on the other color bikes as well. Probably would go well with the all black frame of the green. Though I think just the black lower cowl pieces look nice there too.
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Looks great! I like it!!






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I like it too.

Since it looks to wrap completely under the bottom, anyone think there may be a way to add some metal to the inside of the belly pan, maybe even attach it to the mounting brackets?

I am thinking this would give some extra protection to the underside even though it would not be as strong as an aftermarket skid plate. The belly pan would cover it up and keep the smooth lines going with the bike.

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Wow, why did they even bother designing the the versys belly pan. This just looks like it belongs on the versys... Well not my versys, she's nekkid.

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I wonder if it would fit the 2010 versys ? have to look up part nos.
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