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    After waiting 6 months my front fairing has finally arrived..

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    I gather you mean it's not the stock "fairing", but some aftermarket design? Pretty non-descriptive opening post. If it's an aftermarket fairing, it would not be unusual to take that long. They probably don't have them laying around gathering dust on shelves waiting for orders. They're probably made-to-order, than you probably got it color-matched? Which would add even more time. I believe my Corbin Smuggler took almost three months from date of order until I received it. And I was not at all concerned about that, they told me up front it would be at least three months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M109R 1983 View Post
    After waiting 6 months my front fairing has finally arrived..
    Which one did you get??
    2012,V&H Propipe,PCV,Shift Star,260/140 Cobra Power Flow intakes.

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    Hayabusa Front Fairing

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    From Atlanta Customs? Sorry bud, that thing is ugly on a cruiser.

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    Who do you have doing the install. I hope its easier than the rear bag mod from those guys. There was so much fabrication it wasn't funny. Post some pictures. One mans ugly is another mans gorgeous. LOL

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    I have not narrowed it down to a particular shop yet. Gathering all parts then I proceed from there. Next is cutting the neck for a 26...

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    You have my vote for a 26

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