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Old Feb 14th 2018, 08:21 AM   #1
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Does anyone know where I can get a belly pan for a 899 that can get me through tech at AHRMA races? A buddy of mine is brand new to this and trying to avoid carbon or getting it from Europe. Thanks
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Old Feb 14th 2018, 08:37 AM   #2
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Does anyone know where I can get a belly pan for a 899 that can get me through tech at AHRMA races? A buddy of mine is brand new to this and trying to avoid carbon or getting it from Europe. Thanks
It's not on their site to purchase individually, however these guys are decent to deal with and will most likely sell one to you.

https://pro-fiber.com/product-catego.../899-panigale/
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Sorry, just caught the Europe part.... let me look some more
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Old Feb 14th 2018, 08:41 AM   #4
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This is Yoyodyne in New Jersey (right up the street from me)

You may be able to call and see if they'll sell a drip pan from one of the race fairing kits. They are also decent guys. VERY well known for their slipper clutches.

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Old Feb 14th 2018, 09:09 AM   #5
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This is Yoyodyne in New Jersey (right up the street from me)

You may be able to call and see if they'll sell a drip pan from one of the race fairing kits. They are also decent guys. VERY well known for their slipper clutches.

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Thanks, I will check them out
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NW - Did you install this setup on your race prep'd bike? Also, does your org require you to take it off and supply separately during tech?

THE most PIA part of race-prepping the pani for me was figuring out how to deal with this.. wasn't committed enough to get it sorted, so haven't gotten a chance to race my 1299..

If I have to remove the exhaust to accomplish this, it's a no go.
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NW - Did you install this setup on your race prep'd bike? Also, does your org require you to take it off and supply separately during tech?

THE most PIA part of race-prepping the pani for me was figuring out how to deal with this.. wasn't committed enough to get it sorted, so haven't gotten a chance to race my 1299..

If I have to remove the exhaust to accomplish this, it's a no go.
Most techs I've dealt with understand the "issue" with the panigales. So far I've only had to take off the right fairing for tech and they're good with everything.
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Originally Posted by MotoX183 View Post
NW - Did you install this setup on your race prep'd bike? Also, does your org require you to take it off and supply separately during tech?

THE most PIA part of race-prepping the pani for me was figuring out how to deal with this.. wasn't committed enough to get it sorted, so haven't gotten a chance to race my 1299..

If I have to remove the exhaust to accomplish this, it's a no go.
I did--it fits perfectly.

According to a friend who raced a 1299 last year, WMRRA allows certain bikes (like the pani) to get around the requirement of bringing your oil pan to tech. They understand the PITA and can clearly see the belly pan mounted with or without the fairings on with a close inspection.

Yes, a bit more work to deal with between rounds doing oil changes, but it's not THAT hard to drop the cans.
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I agree, it's a real PIA to have to spend an hour taking the bodywork, cans and BP off the evening before or morning of your races. I'd rather be doing other things, like relaxing. I've got of these bad boys on order from Amazon...can't wait to bring it to tech!

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