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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-11-2006, 02:05 AM
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Does anyone kwow where I can find a full fairing that fits a Bonnie (anno 2003 with NH M-bar)?

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-11-2006, 08:22 AM
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Not aware of a bolt on full fairing. Let me know if you find one. I have the M Bars with a Triumph summer screen and Laminar Lip and still want more height to get the buffeting off my face. The most positive thing I have read in the forum is that the Plexifairing II and III provide 100%protection. I want to stay a little sportier with good protection so I continue to look The latest find that looks pomising is a the Parabellum Sport touring screen. http://www.parabellum.com/

You can find lots of history regarding screens so search through the forum archives for peoples ideas and experiences.

I did find photos of a Bonnie with an old Vetter fairing bolted on with fabricated brackets etc. Don't recall where but it was a oneoff rig by the owner.

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post #3 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-11-2006, 08:41 AM
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I don't consider the Parabellum Sport screen as sporty enough.

I'm looking for something like the old Metisse fairing for Trident. So, actually a racing fairing with a frontlight...

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Noran Hyde might have what you want. Depends on how much cover you are looking for.Hyde

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There's a guy over on the Delphi Bonnie forum by the name of Al(Albert Cook) who put a full fairing on his bike. Unfortunately he was hit by a Harley and the bike took some major damage. Here's a pic of it:

I believe that's an old Avon fairing that took a lot of time and trouble to get it to fit.

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I don't think either of those places have new Bonneville specific fairings, but they might have something that can be fit with some alterations.

I'd post over at the Delphi forum, and see if Al is around. He took a lot of time researching his project before he went ahead and did it.

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I know it's not a full fairing but what about something like the cockpit fairing on this site?

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Those avon fairings are top notch, I fitted one to my 1960 tiger cub, then to teh 63 t100 and finally another went on my 1970 tr6r , makes touring much better, not only keeps off the rain, but also bugs and birds .

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There is a bike like that: CLICK HERE :-D

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i have been looking at http://omarsdtr.com/fairings.html and
http://omarsdtr.com/fairings2.html for 1/4 fairings
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There is a bike like that: CLICK HERE :-D
The Concours is supposed to be a little bit 'buzzy' but for a basic faired bike that comes with saddle bags as standard, the price is right. Since it's been around for 20+ years, it has a large, dedicated owners group (COG). Rode Beemers for years, but the new ones are priced into the stratosphere!
I'm going to test ride a Concours and see how'd it work out as an all around tourer.
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