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Question DMV Moto Gene Fairing Guard

Does anyone know where you can purchase, order, DMV Moto Gene Fairing Guards? I have been to their website and tried email contact, but no response. Any idea who to contact in the U.S.A.?
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Hi Pismocycleguy,

DMV Taiwan does not have a dealer in the US but ship worldwide.
Was on-line with him just now.

DMV contact: [email protected] under Mr. Sean.

SEAN王先生 (Heng)
Berlin Dynamic Industry Co., Ltd.
MOBILE: +886987383204
TEL : +886-4-22597185
FAX: +886-4-22597187
Website: http://www.gochen.com.tw
http://www.DMV.com.tw


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I have previously sent emails to the web address, gochen.com.tw, and have yet to receive a response. I sent another request to purchase the fairing guards today. I will see if anything, or anybody replies.
Have you made any purchases from DMV? How did you contact them?
Is there another web address that will work better/quicker?
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G'Day John,

Just a matter of chance emailing Sean at [email protected].
He mentioned the official DMV website was not working well.

The other website gochen works but it's all in chinese.
I'm half chinese but can't read/write a note.

I alerted him to check his email [email protected] for your inquiry.
Hope you get a good reply.

The DMV agent in Malaysia is wellybike (http://wellybike.com/index.php?main_...roducts_id=120)
Know a few Guys have got the DMV engine guard which is similar to HB with a bump.
http://www.dmv.com.tw/KAWASAKI/VERSYS.html

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Talking Heard from Sean

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I received an email response from Sean, and also a purchase order. He explained that their website is still under construction. Looks like everything is going fine. I am ordering the cowling guards in titanium.
Thanks for the help.
One of my best friends is Japanese, but cannot speak or understand Japanese, even though his parents were born and raised in Japan. Sounds similar to your situation.
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Glad it worked out good, John.
Also, some pics of a buddy using DMV engine guards:







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Question Engine Guard Rear Bolt

Steven,
Does the rear most bolt attaching the engine guard to the bike pass through the rear frame cover's existing bolt hole, or is it necessary to drill another hole in the cover and the frame? If it uses the existing hole and threaded tab does DMV supply a longer and stronger bolt to be used in the mounting of the guard?
The bolt I am talking about is the engine frame bolt at the far end of the upper frame guard tubing. (right hand end of guard tubing)
Does your friend's engine guard, after installation, seem to be pretty strong and stable, and able to survive a tip over?
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G'Day John,

DMV engine guard is solid . I think it's rightly priced too.
Pls. see http://www.kawasakiversys.com/forums...t=4763&page=29


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Some DMV options for V
http://cjmoto.com/-strse-KAWASAKI-cl...Categories.bok

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