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32 years & still a good fit, you'r doing pretty well for an old far- I mean senior person.

Yes leathers better, as is head position/distance from screen.
Man it gets harder every year to stay fit. I've been watching one of your countrymen Mike Spike Edwards on YouTube and I am getting the road race itch again. Mike rides like I thought I could he looks pretty fit for another old guy.
 

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Is the belly fairing this one?
https://tamaritmotorcycles.com/en-us/tamarit-belly-pan/

And is that vinyl wrapping?

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You sir must be a police inspector, right on all counts.

The fairing was slightly modified from when I had it on my 2009 Thruxton.

I showed my seven year old grandson the bike before it was wrapped a he said " quite frankly grandaddy I'm not that impressed ".

I didn't want to ruin the red paint job in case I put it back on my old Thruxton, so I wrapped it.

I had Tamarit build the belly pan without the cutout to aid in aerodynamics.

P.s I got some reverse megaphones from Meerkat arriving any day now.
 

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You sir must be a police inspector, right on all counts.

The fairing was slightly modified from when I had it on my 2009 Thruxton.

I showed my seven year old grandson the bike before it was wrapped a he said " quite frankly grandaddy I'm not that impressed ".

I didn't want to ruin the red paint job in case I put it back on my old Thruxton, so I wrapped it.

I had Tamarit build the belly pan without the cutout to aid in aerodynamics.

P.s I got some reverse megaphones from Meerkat arriving any day now.
The headlight on the R has a flat front.

Have you considered fitting a cone similar to this one on the front of this fairing or even having a more pointed item blown by a plastic fabricator?
 

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The headlight on the R has a flat front.

Have you considered fitting a cone similar to this one on the front of this fairing or even having a more pointed item blown by a plastic fabricator?
At one time I did but with logistics, team and other stuff I just forgot about it. I'll check with one of plastic fab guys in town.

Thanks for the reminder.
 
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