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    Very Active Member Weedahoe's Avatar
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    Default Problems with fairing and my review

    So I had a friend drop off his bike to get painted and he bought this fairing he wanted added. For those who want one, please see my review for my thoughts and concerns.


    https://youtu.be/WjWlwT7PDaI

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    I believe I could build a better fairing than that............

    and I am a bus driver.

    Who makes that fairing?

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    That was quite a documentary on the fairing. Too much work, even if it were free.

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    I agree! Too much work but looks good in the end.

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    I was actually considering purchasing a 2013 located in Waynesville, NC that had the exact same fairing. It also had the ts**** hard bags and stereo. Low milage, aftermarket exhaust and only $6,000. The owner had moved, and his uncle was selling it for him to get it out of his garage. But I couldn't find a place to hid it from the wife, so I walked away from the deal

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    Quote Originally Posted by StuporDave View Post
    I believe I could build a better fairing than that............

    and I am a bus driver.

    Who makes that fairing?
    Sadly..... Atlanta Custom Baggers makes it. There aren't many vendors that out there who make aftermarket or custom parts for our bikes and I hope this motivates them to make a better product or at least let you know what you are getting

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    The options for fairings are sad at best. They either try and be a Harley fairing, or just plain suck. I found a small fairing made for the Honda Fury that would look pretty good on a 9.

    https://artinmotionllc.net/choppa-fa...rs-honda-fury/

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