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post #21 of 46 (permalink) Old 12-18-2012, 06:57 PM
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Finishes the bike off. Only complaint is always cleaning crap off it. Better than getting in around the pipes and front of the engine though. Carbon ones look awesome on the black bikes if your into that look.
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Finishes the bike off beautifully. They do scrape on the ground though when your pushing it in the corner.
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not unless you can ride like Casy Stoner my friend!

You would have to be a legend to scrape the sides of these belly pans. Although I do confess to dragging my toes on the inside from time to time. Would like to move the rear sets up and back without buying the expensive aftermarket rear sets available
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Fi. Has anyone got a cheap alternative? Even the excentric footpegs they sell lower the pegs for the tourers, Must have some that go the other way too.

nishes the bike off beautifully. They do scrape on the ground though when your pushing it in the corner.
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You would have to be a legend to scrape the sides of these belly pans. Although I do confess to dragging my toes on the inside from time to time. Would like to move the rear sets up and back without buying the expensive aftermarket rear sets available
Ha ha, it's not that hard my friend! You've just got to know what the bike can do, the bike can go heaps lower than this too with the belly pan off. Plus I hang off the bike too so it's got tonnes or corner speed.
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I want to start a new thread...How many Speedy riders can drag their belly pans? Awesome!...You do that and hang off too? I want to scrape mine...Tell me how!
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This on us a few dollars cheaper.

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Ha ha, it's not that hard my friend! You've just got to know what the bike can do, the bike can go heaps lower than this too with the belly pan off. Plus I hang off the bike too so it's got tonnes or corner speed.
I'd like to know how fast you're going when scraping like this.


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Was thinking of buying a Belly Pan for my S3 for Christmas
Besides Looks are there any advantages ?( aerodynamics ) disadvantages ? ( overheating issues ,hot exhaust )
any feed back would be appreciated ....
The advantages are - they can capture and hold lots of road grime that would normaly stay on the road. Which aids the local council in keeping the roads clean.
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Well within the speed limit and safe speed to do it on the road, and I'm being serious but I don't know exactly how fast. It scrapes over the Rimutaka Hill here in New Zealand regularly, some fast tight bends on this hill.

https://maps.google.co.nz/maps?q=rim...ellington&z=14

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