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post #1 of 48 (permalink) Old 10-10-2012, 09:28 PM Thread Starter
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Talking Coming Soon, Airtech fairings for the RS!!!

Hey all, this Spring I had gotten in touch with http://www.airtech-streamlining.com/ about the fairings for the RS. They don't yet make them, but around the end of the month I will be getting mine to them and they will be making molds from them. They said they need them for about 3 weeks, so around December, they will be able to make a complete set for the RS!!! This should save a substantial amount of money vs getting OEM parts.

I'll keep you posted as it goes along.

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You're a magic mushroom Fungi! Good move. May you never need to replace your fairings for anything other than a whim.


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You're a magic mushroom Fungi! Good move. May you never need to replace your fairings for anything other than a whim.

I hear ya! I'll prolly hold on to the OEM for track day if I ever use the RS for that. The left side is perfect, the damage is only on the right. But, now I can get it all sorted out and help out others at the same time.

Now I just need to source a rear brake lever and right hand bar end weight and mirror.

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Thank you, thank you, thank you. I dropped my RS a couple of months ago , broke the upper and right side fairing. OEM price right at $1k. If there price tracks close to ST prices it will cut it by over half.


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I should be bringing the fairings down the first week of November. I'll keep everyone posted! Maybe sooner of I can swing it.

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