street fairing

Randy Grein randygrein at comcast.net
Thu Nov 22 19:59:58 PST 2007


I'd be interested in it Andy, but I have seen how difficult it is to  
switch a naked to faired SV. OK, I DO have S model instruments and a  
wiring harness, but still a lot of work. Unless you have the  
headlights and all that went in it....

Randy Grein, WMRRA #41

On Nov 22, 2007, at 12:43 PM, Andy Preston wrote:

> Randy Grein wrote:
>> I'm looking for recommendations for a street fairing. My new job is  
>> quite a commute, and it gets cold up here in the winter. Looking  
>> for affordable, reasonable coverage - almost tempted to put my old  
>> windjammer on, but I'd have to be VERY creative and make a mount.  
>> Besides, it would look like shit.
>>
>> Randy Grein, WMRRA #41
>>
> I've always been tempted to get one of these http://www.yoyodyneti.com/category.aspx?categoryID=2752 
>  uppers to replace my crashed/repaired fairing. I'm assuming a  
> standard fairing stay, race or SVS would work. I also have a pair of  
> round lights that I was planning on mounting on the fairing if I  
> ever went this route. The stock SVS fairing is really good, much  
> better for my 6'2" fat ass body than the Ninja 250 fairing.  Mostly  
> it's shoulders and knees down that gets wet in the rain. I also have  
> a set of mismatched sanded and mostly primered 1st gen SVS fairing  
> I'd let go for $50, if you're interested.
>
> Andy
>



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