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Old 09-16-2012, 08:19 AM   #91
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Here is another teaser of Stealth II

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Old 09-16-2012, 12:23 PM   #92
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Old 09-19-2012, 06:34 PM   #93
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Stealth II Universal Enduro Fairing

I am happy to present the new STEALTH II Enduro Fairing

New Features:
New design
Overall shorter and more compact
Slightly lighter - under 2LB
Make the wind deflection lip at the top longer -if someone wants to trim it down they still have some material left for deflection
Make a fairing that accomodate the new OEM lighting shapes (notice the V at the bottom of the lights below)
OEM lighting is coming along + LED OEM bulb plug in replacements are now available - why go non-DOT and spend several 100's $
Make the bottom section a bit narrower to accomodate more oversize tanks
Provide a larger/ flatter, more flexible area (lower down) to accomodate the LARGE enduro lights and to easily surface mount non-OEM
Attachment - flange bolts embedded in fiberglass
Can provide "uncut" so you can customize the depth/cut of the fairing yourself


This should give you a good idea of the size and overall design that I feel will compliment the new angular/ triangle design that is found in most of the newer bikes - but also backwards compatible to bring that newer look to an older bike.

Unfortunatley I will not have it on a bike for several weeks....I broke my hand while out riding down 12800ft American Flag Mountain -F!
Reaching the summit @3:40 was pretty cool http://youtu.be/DuiOeQ3-Iwg





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Old 09-19-2012, 10:13 PM   #94
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Looking Good!


How's the hand doing?
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Old 09-20-2012, 09:04 AM   #95
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I broke my hand while out riding
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The faring looks god thou.
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Old 09-28-2012, 07:36 AM   #96
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Nice man and great job taking initiative!!!

You are welcome to call me to chat about it and I can give you some pointers and some important points of safety. My number is on my website www.aimhi-enduro.com



Sorry for the delay - just came back from the Rocky Mountain Adventure Rally in Silverton CO - OMG that place is heaven for riding - people reading this YOU NEED TO ATTEND NEXT YEAR. Besides the riding we gave away
$10 000 worth of freebie prizes anything from $1000 Klim Jackets, iPads to keychains!
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So I just finished my touring windshield that I was working on. Was running low on cash so dropped the fiberglass idead and managed to pull it off with a 16gauge acrylic sheet that bolts on to the existing headlight fairing. Cost me $25 total.

I thought I should atleast give aiMhi credit for the similarity in design. Most google searches popped up his stealth fairing and i came up with this weird looking thing. which surprisingly works great!





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Old 09-28-2012, 07:57 AM   #97
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I think that looks legit! If you are interested I am willing to work with you on getting one of my new Stealth 2 fairings since you took initiative to fix a problem yourself.

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Old 09-28-2012, 10:36 PM   #98
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I think that looks legit! If you are interested I am willing to work with you on getting one of my new Stealth 2 fairings since you took initiative to fix a problem yourself.

Later,
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Thanks man! The Stealth 2 looks pretty gnarly. I plan on doing a complete overhaul of the bike (paint job, upgrade engine parts etc) this winter, which up here in upstate NY is fast approaching . I'll definately get a hold of you on your latest disign then once I have some $$$ put away =). Keep up the good work!
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Old 10-06-2012, 11:34 PM   #99
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[IMG]http://i1305.photobucket.com/albums/s543/smoothride1/DSC00006_zps3c0fcab1.jpg[/IMG]
I have it finished and i am learning for the first time to post pictures.
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Old 10-07-2012, 06:50 AM   #101
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Hey SmoothRide looks like you put a lot of work into it and it looks good. The lens on the lights came out good. If you have too much gloss going on the red paint tag it with a clear matte paint. It will match your plastics 100% then. Just be sure to test compatibility between the paints.
Thanks for posting up.

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Old 10-07-2012, 10:05 AM   #102
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After i put some stickers on it. ad tree branch scratches it will match better.
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Old 10-09-2012, 02:45 AM   #103
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it must be just me .... i think its to tall for its width ...nice finish and workmanship ...its just weird looking .....just an opinion


Well done ..
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Old 10-09-2012, 05:31 AM   #104
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Sean -O - Things look a little different from "down under" -LOL!

As stated it is made tall so you can cut it down for obvious reasons. With that all aside I have released Stealth II which is more compact in design.

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I am happy to present the new STEALTH II Enduro Fairing

New Features:
New design
Overall shorter and more compact
Slightly lighter - under 2LB
Make the wind deflection lip at the top longer -if someone wants to trim it down they still have some material left for deflection
Make a fairing that accomodate the new OEM lighting shapes (notice the V at the bottom of the lights below)
OEM lighting is coming along + LED OEM bulb plug in replacements are now available - why go non-DOT and spend several 100's $
Make the bottom section a bit narrower to accomodate more oversize tanks
Provide a larger/ flatter, more flexible area (lower down) to accomodate the LARGE enduro lights and to easily surface mount non-OEM
Attachment - flange bolts embedded in fiberglass
Can provide "uncut" so you can customize the depth/cut of the fairing yourself


This should give you a good idea of the size and overall design that I feel will compliment the new angular/ triangle design that is found in most of the newer bikes - but also backwards compatible to bring that newer look to an older bike.

Unfortunatley I will not have it on a bike for several weeks....I broke my hand while out riding down 12800ft American Flag Mountain -F!
Reaching the summit @3:40 was pretty cool http://youtu.be/DuiOeQ3-Iwg





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Old 10-09-2012, 08:10 PM   #105
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it must be just me .... i think its to tall for its width ...nice finish and workmanship ...its just weird looking .....just an opinion


Well done ..
It is nice to stand up 80 90 mph and not get blown off the bike but that is just me.
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