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Old 05-18-2007, 04:07 PM   #1
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XR 650 R Rally Fairing for acerbis sahara tank

Custom fabricated Rally fairing for the Honda XR650R Year 2000 to 2007

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2vR0NdR1Ac

Unit is 3 piece a light weight fiberglass Fairing with a smooth gel coat finish.

Lighting is OEM KTM 950/990 adventure headlight.. NOT included (you must source)

Front fairing is a 3 layer built unit for strength
Side wings are 2 layer build up for weight savings . Specially overlaped on the tank to help protect from crashes, Cacti and branches that could damage the tank.


Mounting:
all units come with stainless steel bolt with nylon and stainless washer kits

Mounting braket options:
Weld on mounting tab.

Bolt on tab


Color options:
Unit to come in solid color Red to closely match tank.
Custom colors on request at an additional cost.









Here is the break down of price:
  • 3 piece fairing: $350
  • Sub frame for fairing $300
  • Frame bracket (to receive sub frame) options:
1. FREE: weld on mount: I'll supply drawings.. you fab and have welded to steering tube: I can also provide the weld on tab for $50 if you don't want to fab yourself but you need to have someone weld it on.

OR

2. Bolt on frame mount $350 scotts under the bar forward post with sub frame mount
(this is a modified scotts forward mount post included in price) this unit has to be bolted to head tube and requires removal of forks and steering stem. requires drilling into the head tube.


here is all the parts and costs
  • KTM 990 Eruo head light $200 (you source) (used u.s. models can be picked up for $60 here on Advrider in parts for sale forum)
  • 3 piece fairing $350
  • sub frame $300
  • frame mount $50 -$350 (see options above)
So... if your considering this unit.. Your Total budget for this unit: $900-$1200 + shipping depending on frame mount..

If you have questions and want to talk to me on the phone. shoot me a PM and I'll be happy to discuss the unit, pricing and how to assemble.

thanks
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Old 09-18-2008, 09:08 AM   #2
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Laugh XR650R Rallye Fairing

Hey Kenaroo,

Very nice work on the fairing design. Perhaps you should showcase it at the Chabochis-Hairy Face Rally...

I live in San Angelo.

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Old 11-05-2008, 05:21 AM   #3
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3 piece Fiberglass Fairing $350.00

Mounting bracket for front fairing for weld on tab $300.00
Mounting bracket for front fairing for connection to scotts stablizer forward mounts $350


so what is the final cost, is it cost of fairing plus the 300 or 350 depending on your mounting choice? totaling to 650 or 700.
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Old 11-05-2008, 11:32 AM   #4
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Plus the cost of the lights, which you have to buy separately, right?
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Old 11-10-2008, 08:39 AM   #5
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Here is the break down of price:
  • 3 piece fairing: $350
  • Sub frame for fairing $300
  • Frame bracket (to receive sub frame) options:
1. FREE: weld on mount: I'll supply drawings.. you fab and have welded to steering tube: I can also provide the weld on tab for $50 if you don't want to fab yourself but you need to have someone weld it on.

OR

2. Bolt on frame mount $350 scotts under the bar forward post with sub frame mount
(this is a modified scotts forward mount post included in price) this unit has to be bolted to head tube and requires removal of forks and steering stem. requires drilling into the head tube.


here is all the parts and costs
  • KTM 990 Eruo head light $200 (you source) (used u.s. models can be picked up for $60 here on Advrider in parts for sale forum)
  • 3 piece fairing $350
  • sub frame $300
  • frame mount $50 -$350 (see options above)
So... if your considering this unit.. Your Total budget for this unit: $900-$1200 + shipping depending on frame mount..

If you have questions and want to talk to me on the phone. shoot me a PM and I'll be happy to discuss the unit, pricing and how to assemble.

thanks
Ken
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Old 11-10-2008, 06:48 PM   #6
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Ken, would you mind posting some pictures of the bolt-on option?
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Old 11-15-2008, 12:15 PM   #7
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Ken, would you mind posting some pictures of the bolt-on option?
Here it is off the bike.. note still needs holes drilled for sub-frame



here it is mocked up on bike.. not mounted to bike as this is a buddies that I had to use as my bike already had the weld on unit..

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Old 09-13-2009, 07:54 AM   #8
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Question Xr 650 R

Does anyone have the bottom tank brackets for the sahara tank? I cant seem to find anyone who sells them separate from the tank...
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Old 09-13-2009, 08:19 AM   #9
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Does anyone have the bottom tank brackets for the sahara tank? I cant seem to find anyone who sells them separate from the tank...
Try here, http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=409774
You will be able to find anything you need about the XR650R there. This thread is dedicated to kenaroo's custom fairing.
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Old 09-14-2009, 04:39 PM   #10
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Does anyone have the bottom tank brackets for the sahara tank? I cant seem to find anyone who sells them separate from the tank...

Hodakaguy - inmate here
http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...ghlight=sahara
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Old 09-14-2009, 05:01 PM   #11
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brackets for the Sahara tank

Other things to think about.......I have a Leo Vince SS header and Uni-biker radiator guards. The header pipes are a little oversize and this caused some issues. The stock Sahara mounts would not fit, nor would parts of the lower Uni-biker mounts fit. Things got a little tight in there, though very rock solid. The only option I could see was to fab up some little brackets and tie the lower tank mount directly to the Uni-Biker crash guards. I also had to mod the inside of the guards to clear the oil sight tube mounted on the front frame down tube. I did look at Hodakaguys stuff, but things were so tight, I wasn't sure if his would fit either. Not wanting to take the chance, just made my own. I don't know where you are on mods or which way your headed, but it is something you may wish to keep in mind........
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Old 11-25-2009, 03:17 PM   #12
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Last call on production run.

I'm ending production of these fairings come January so that I can make space for my new fairing projects (Beta 525 and CRF 450X)..

I have 2 more to make for riders and I'll make more replacement wings at that time for existing customers that need parts.

I have about 5 more cnc'd subframes I can have welded up.. beyond that.. this project is done..

there are about 7 people that have expressed interest in the last few months..

if you are serious about wanting one... now is the time to place the order.

I might be interested in selling the molds at a later time if someone else wants to pick up the project.

once again.. thanks to all that helped me with this project..
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Old 12-07-2009, 01:50 PM   #13
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ken Im interested in getting one of your xr fairings. are you gonna do them as orders come in or are you waiting for a certain number to do all at once?
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Old 04-26-2010, 04:23 AM   #14
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I texted kenaroo a week or so ago but he did not answer.
Does someone know if he is in vacations or something like that?
I am also very interested in a XR fairing.
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Old 04-29-2010, 01:23 PM   #15
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I finally moth ball this project.. I still have the molds that I can make replacements if someone needs them. but for now I'm not taking any new orders.

thanks everyone

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I texted kenaroo a week or so ago but he did not answer.
Does someone know if he is in vacations or something like that?
I am also very interested in a XR fairing.
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