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Guys this site is the greatest in the world.
I recently high sided my bike, all farings kaput.

I am looking for a whole new set of fairings. I found D9 industries and was really happy with their selection was not keen on the price ~$800. Also, running through this site, not one person has one thing nice to say about them.
Auctmarts has the same selections, and while searching this site I have heard alot of good and few bad, plus the price is much better.

I can't wait for my next paycheck to order up a set from Auctmarts, if anyone has any special animosities towards this company please post up from what I've read the quality for the price is good (not stellar paint but not terrible) and customer service rocks, plus PayPal option is incredible
 

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Thanks bro, I will get the heat reflective material, where do you suggest. I will post pic up when I get back home
 

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i got a set off ebay for $500 shipped. they fit great, but the guy is kind of dicking me around right now. he sent the main 8 parts, but it was supposed to be all 19 parts. it's 2 months later and i'm still waiting on the rest.

his ebay id is steelesnewparts and the brand is delkevic i think
 

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Thanks bro, I will get the heat reflective material, where do you suggest.
I would suggest putting it whereever the exhaust is remotely close to the plastic. Most of the members who have install the Auctmarts plastic have done both header wrap and the reflective material. Here is one post on the subject: http://www.1000rr.net/forums/showpost.php?p=1442205&postcount=4

I will post pic up when I get back home
Looking forward to it.
 

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Guys this site is the greatest in the world.
I recently high sided my bike, all farings kaput.

I am looking for a whole new set of fairings. I found D9 industries and was really happy with their selection was not keen on the price ~$800. Also, running through this site, not one person has one thing nice to say about them.
Auctmarts has the same selections, and while searching this site I have heard alot of good and few bad, plus the price is much better.

I can't wait for my next paycheck to order up a set from Auctmarts, if anyone has any special animosities towards this company please post up from what I've read the quality for the price is good (not stellar paint but not terrible) and customer service rocks, plus PayPal option is incredible
I have sent you the set and did you got the tracking number yet or did you receive it already?
 

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I have sent you the set and did you got the tracking number yet or did you receive it already?

Thanks for sending it, I look forward to getting it. I have NOT received your shipping information yet if you could send that to me that would be great
 

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The kit I chose was the 2006 Repsol replica with windscreen and custom "sea cow" :gay:

Speaking of it, I just put on all of the parts except for the plastics (don't have them yet). Since it rained here I could not get it out of my garage, but I bled the clutch reservoir and rode it for 5 feet to make sure everything works. I also diddled around with my PCIII and put on a new map.

Thanks for the response and views guys
 

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