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who knows the manufacturer of this underbody fairing?

found it in a google image search

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found it in a google image search


Heres something similar
http://www.kawasakiversys.com/forums...=er6+belly+pan

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Bellypan in photo looks like an aftermarket Ninja 650R piece... Here are some other different ones available:

http://www.oemmotorparts.com/parts.a...0650)&D=BKDSN#
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It looks interesting but looks like it would make oil changes a pain.

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It looks interesting but looks like it would make oil changes a pain.
Why? Because you have to remove four bolts first?

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Bellypan in photo looks like an aftermarket Ninja 650R piece... Here are some other different ones available:

http://www.oemmotorparts.com/parts.a...0650)&D=BKDSN#
It was actually right there in the first two selections in my OEM Motorparts (Netherlands distributor) link!

Underbody fairing is made by JMV Concept in France.

Select 'Kawasaki', '650 VERSYS', then scroll down to "Sabot moteur" (engine hoof):

http://www.jmvconcept.fr/2e07e4a2-2c...2c9248444.vdom


JMV Concept- North American dealer in Quebec, Canada: http://csmeca.webs.com/jmvconceptfairings.htm

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It was actually right there in the first two selections in my OEM Motorparts (Netherlands distributor) link!

Underbody fairing is made by JMV Concept in France.

Select 'Kawasaki', '650 VERSYS', then scroll down to "Sabot moteur" (engine hoof):

http://www.jmvconcept.fr/2e07e4a2-2c...2c9248444.vdom


JMV Concept- North American dealer in Quebec, Canada: http://csmeca.webs.com/jmvconceptfairings.htm
Invader,

Obviously I'm doing something wrong. I followed the JVM link and was only able to find a full lower fairing and a rear hugger for the Versys - but not a sabot moteur.

And the Concept North America web site home page announced the following, "Sorry, CSMECA don't take no more order." They must not like me.

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Why? Because you have to remove four bolts first?
That and I am pretty clumsy and would kick myself if I damaged it during an oil change by dropping it or inadvertantly dragging it out of the way. Should have clarified the fact I was speaking in general for me. Sorry about that.

Of course it is down low to the ground so rock chips could be an issue and alleviate the trepidation in me ruining it during an oil change... dang it Chris you got my pro/con thought process going.

Back on topic... I think it looks nifty and hope you (the OP) manage to find it.

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Obviously I'm doing something wrong. I followed the JVM link and was only able to find a full lower fairing and a rear hugger for the Versys - but not a sabot moteur.

And the Concept North America web site home page announced the following, "Sorry, CSMECA don't take no more order." They must not like me.
That's what I thought at first too, but it is there. You have to let the page upload completely. It's just slow... You can order directly from JMV in France.
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Thanks Invader. I think I might have just, by accident...., ordered one. After translating the page into Olde English, I learned there's an exclusive JMV importer in the most unlikeliest of places. Southeast Queensland, Australia. In which I happen to be residing. Awesome.
Thanks again. I'll let you know how I get on.
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Obviously I'm doing something wrong. I followed the JVM link and was only able to find a full lower fairing and a rear hugger for the Versys - but not a sabot moteur.
You actually have to slide down the other bar in the middle by the photos to see JMV's other Versys products, including the sabot moteur.
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Thanks Invader. I think I might have just, by accident...., ordered one. After translating the page into Olde English, I learned there's an exclusive JMV importer in the most unlikeliest of places. Southeast Queensland, Australia. In which I happen to be residing. Awesome.
Thanks again. I'll let you know how I get on.
Oh yeah, cool. Did you order a pre-painted one? I guess it's from: http://www.ausfr.com.au/cart/default.asp

I see JMV has no distributor listed in the Americas: http://www.jmvconcept.fr/jmv_international.vdom
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I've asked them about prices, ie painted verses (no pun..) unpainted. I'm waiting to see what they come up with and if they have the smarts to match the paint exactly. If not, I have a spray painter friend with a computerized colour-matching robot painter thing.
Let's see...
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