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    Re: Bodywork choices advice....


    Quote Originally Posted by trixiegotspd View Post
    thank you =)
    also as far as the pre-drilled thing, unless you buy used bodywork I don't think any come pre-drilled. It isn't difficult, most even have little indents for where the holes should go, but its kind of handy being able to drill your own. For instance when I put my front fender on I drilled the holes slightly lower to raise the fender, to allow the tire warmers to fit underneath easier.

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    Re: Bodywork choices advice....

    Quote Originally Posted by RyanNicholson View Post
    also as far as the pre-drilled thing, unless you buy used bodywork I don't think any come pre-drilled. It isn't difficult, most even have little indents for where the holes should go, but its kind of handy being able to drill your own. For instance when I put my front fender on I drilled the holes slightly lower to raise the fender, to allow the tire warmers to fit underneath easier.


    good deal - yeah, the ones from Attach have the mounting points - i was just trying to refrain from having to ask the men for help. but such is life. But i guess it makes more sense to drill them yourself.

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    you went yellow!!!!! NICE!@!!
    yup...was just too good a deal to pass up. especially bc of the fairing stay. I'm told the one on my bike now is magnesium and will get damaged easily and is like a grand so I'm happy to have it.

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    aluminum bends back!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanNicholson View Post
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    if you decide to go this route, talk to mike (trackday_guru) he'll hook you up
    E-Racings bodywork is sold locally through LAPS.

    I'm receiving orders on an almost daily basis now - which is great. So if anyone needs a set, just PM me and we'll make it happen.

    Pricing through LAPS shipped to your door is generally about $25.00 less than ordering through E-Racings themselves - and they are currently working on some older stuff - RC51, F41, etc., so we'll have a few more models available shortly.

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    it never hurts to support our locals...

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    Re: Bodywork choices advice....

    Quote Originally Posted by RyanNicholson View Post
    also as far as the pre-drilled thing, unless you buy used bodywork I don't think any come pre-drilled. It isn't difficult, most even have little indents for where the holes should go, but its kind of handy being able to drill your own. For instance when I put my front fender on I drilled the holes slightly lower to raise the fender, to allow the tire warmers to fit underneath easier.
    The indents are only suggestions Not many companies get it exactly right. Its best to place the bodywork on before drilling the holes that way you know it will bolt up instead of getting pissed off when youre just a little off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by union View Post
    The indents are only suggestions Not many companies get it exactly right. Its best to place the bodywork on before drilling the holes that way you know it will bolt up instead of getting pissed off when youre just a little off.
    you're right, i suppose I should have emphasized "should" a little more haha...

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    I need a set. Mike, PM me.

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    I need a set. Mike, PM me.
    Sorry for the delay - been out of town.
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    Should have bought a gixxah for the track...you would have saved a lot of money and headache about how much you had left to spend on bodywork.

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