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Old Sep 18th 2017, 01:27 PM   #21
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Did you get that fairing bracket from Europe? How much was shipping if so? Thanks
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Old Sep 18th 2017, 01:36 PM   #22
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Did you get that fairing bracket from Europe? How much was shipping if so? Thanks
Yeah ordered from their website. Total was 190 euros shipped ($230)

Conversion rate is horrible right now unfortunately.


Looks really nice in black finish and the welds are beautiful. I'll send more photos when I have time to install it.
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Old Sep 18th 2017, 02:40 PM   #23
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Thanks, I'd like to see that installed, curious, does it have the two bolt mounts for the headlights? I have the DP OEM bodywork and it uses a false headlight assembly, so I would still need to be able to mount that.
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Thanks, I'd like to see that installed, curious, does it have the two bolt mounts for the headlights? I have the DP OEM bodywork and it uses a false headlight assembly, so I would still need to be able to mount that.
I'm not sure, but I will check when I install it. I've removed my headlights for good.

I got the race option that comes with the IMU bracket, and obviously it has the mounting plate for the dash screen. You can see two small tabs coming out from the dash screen plate that might be for the headlights?

As this is the race version, it may not be designed to mount with the headlights, but like I said I will check for you when I get around to it.

They are pretty good with communication too so if your'e in a hurry you could always send them an email.
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Old Sep 18th 2017, 03:54 PM   #25
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I'm in no rush, thanks, not sure when my next track day will be, probably early next year.

I'd just rather have one of those on the bike as opposed to the OEM (I guess expensive) unit.
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I'm in no rush, thanks, not sure when my next track day will be, probably early next year.

I'd just rather have one of those on the bike as opposed to the OEM (I guess expensive) unit.
Yeah--nice little weight savings too. Eventually I will upgrade to a tight-tails rear sub-frame too. Stripping the bike of it's non-essentials really adds up to some significant weight savings when it's all said and done....
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I'm in no rush, thanks, not sure when my next track day will be, probably early next year.

I'd just rather have one of those on the bike as opposed to the OEM (I guess expensive) unit.
Motoholders makes one for stock bodywork, you'll need that one.
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Figured I would update my own thread. Some of these photos are elsewhere already but over the last few months I've done the following:

- Racing covers
- Axle sliders
- Race air filter
- Samco hoses
- DP Race screen
- MotoXP Fairings
- MotoHolders front fairing stay (still needs to be installed)


I've just got the fairings mounted for fitment check, next they need to come back off along with the exhaust cans and cooling fan so I can start fitting the oil pan and mount up the fairing stay. Also working on removing any non-essential wiring and electrical. Bike is pretty much at a point of no return...she'll never see the street again.

The motoholders fairing stay is a really beautiful piece, and this version comes with the IMU plate welded on. Supposedly plug and play, hopefully so!











Looking good! Now you just need the H2O Performance Radiator and some carbon wheels! Keep the updates coming!
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looks damn good and great work putting everything together.
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Originally Posted by 1299DUC View Post
Looking good! Now you just need the H2O Performance Radiator and some carbon wheels! Keep the updates coming!
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looks damn good and great work putting everything together.
Thanks guys! I'm really happy with how things are coming together so far. Also @1299DUC, I don't think the rulebook allows for carbon wheels. Either way, too rich for my budget right now and that money would be better spent on suspension and tuning before wheels, although I want them.....along with all the other shiny bits, of course!

I got the front fairing stay swapped out last night without any hassle. The black finish on the Motoholders stay looks awesome on my bike and is much more "bare" compared to the factory stay.

I am noticing that my clutch and brake master cylinders are hitting the fairing bracket just before the steering stop. Probably preventing about a half inch of full steering range. Not something I would notice on track but technically would fail tech so I'll need to make a small adjustment to fix that.


Photos are kind of garbage due to low light and iphone - I'll try to get some better ones next time I'm working on it.

Next on the to-do list is to remove the cooling fan and exhaust so I can get the oil pan fitted up, and I also think I'm going to buy a lightweight battery too.










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