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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-01-2014, 11:43 PM Thread Starter
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Teaser pictures of latest mod

Can you guess what it is?



















Front view


Right side


Left side


Thanks Robert (Hoghead) They fit perfect! Now about that beak..........


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Some guy from indonesia combined this and the beak in a single piece.




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Beaks are ok... on birds, that is!

I strip things off my motorcycles, not add things.
Just kidding, do whatever turns your wheels man.
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Cool AlaskaJeff! Nice work!

Andrewhft with photos of the indonesia dudes bike. The part that looks good is the fender protection front and rear.





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Nice work!

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Wait a min. in your test fit pics there were no vents what happened? I really like those new filler pieces with the air duct. I really like the one piece beak with the carbon fiber and the mesh screen too. I will be getting something like these eventually, but they are lower on the ol priority level.

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[QUOTE=AlaskaJeff;592226]Can you guess what it is?



Hey, wait! I've got it. It's a piece of black plastic suspended on a wire! Right??

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Can you guess what it is?



Hey, wait! I've got it. It's a piece of black plastic suspended on a wire! Right??
So CLOSE.....It's fiberglass And I had to texture them to match the rest of my panels.


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Wait a min. in your test fit pics there were no vents what happened? I really like those new filler pieces with the air duct. I really like the one piece beak with the carbon fiber and the mesh screen too. I will be getting something like these eventually, but they are lower on the ol priority level.
So right you are Ian. There was a fitment problem with the brackets and it was decided to go with this newer air scoop style design.


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