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Old Apr 3rd 2014, 02:26 PM   #11
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Can you use the stock tail fairing with this?
Yes, it has the tabs for the stock fairing mounts.
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Old Apr 3rd 2014, 04:52 PM   #12
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Put mine on yesterday (and today). It bolts up fine but to get the stock tail to fit required quite a bit of Dremel work. I needed to notch the triangle attachment for street apps. It hung up on the tail lock and cable mount. The mount needs the access holes in the tail to be "relieved" for longer allen wrench to reach.

The turn sigs/plate holder don't go on at all w/o major ingenuity. I drilled the triangle attach. for longer screws to hold my cutdown holder.

No fasteners are included but my source is Bowlins up the street.

It's half the weight of stock and has "Racer Cred". All the teams use tubular seat mounts 'cause they're repairable. You have great access to connectors and electronics but they are visible.

I hope it will be cooler on my leg than the stock "heat sink"
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Old Apr 3rd 2014, 05:47 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Doug916SP View Post
Put mine on yesterday (and today). It bolts up fine but to get the stock tail to fit required quite a bit of Dremel work. I needed to notch the triangle attachment for street apps. It hung up on the tail lock and cable mount. The mount needs the access holes in the tail to be "relieved" for longer allen wrench to reach.

The turn sigs/plate holder don't go on at all w/o major ingenuity. I drilled the triangle attach. for longer screws to hold my cutdown holder.

No fasteners are included but my source is Bowlins up the street.

It's half the weight of stock and has "Racer Cred". All the teams use tubular seat mounts 'cause they're repairable. You have great access to connectors and electronics but they are visible.

I hope it will be cooler on my leg than the stock "heat sink"
Can you post some photos? I have a comp werkes fender eliminator and integrated tail, so as long as I can use the taillamp as is, I think I'll be good.
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Old Apr 3rd 2014, 08:03 PM   #14
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Oh, and these subframes will only fit 1199 models, NOT 899 models right now....... ask me how I know this.....

Time to get out the welder......
I'd ask how much you want to sell it for...lol.
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Old Apr 6th 2014, 05:47 PM   #15
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Figured it out as some of the race fairings are different I have the full race carbon and they come with the plate that will mount to this race subframe perfectly!! Makes it so easy to mount and in mount the race tail
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What was total weight savings?
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They claim 25% lighter then stock units and they are race only no lights or other features.
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Was about 970g lighter than standard pani R rear sub.

As lights are held by the plastics, fitting is possible if wanted. I run the DP track bodykit
with light blanks etc and the motoholders.
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It looks like my MH sub has the attachment for an oem tail, but it doesn't fit either oem or my race tails... wtf am I doing wrong? There is NO WAY the bracket lines up with an aftermarket race tail, like my Sharkskinz or Armour Bodies. See pics, been in contact w MH, they say they only make an aftermarket race tail compatible brace, but it doesn't fit. Please advise!
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