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Old 04-14-2011, 08:59 AM   #31
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Interesting feedback on the OTR units - would be interesting to see how they mounted up. If by the time you get here, you want to unload it, we can work something out - although you'll have needed a replacement.

Anyway - let's stay in touch. Maybe when you get here, we can do a brief ride?

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Originally Posted by Bobduro View Post
Hi Canadius,

Just read this post with interest. Am doing my RTW on an xt660r at the moment and have been thinking about the same problem as you. I'd love a frame mounted rallye fairing, and buying the Off the road mount for the Xt has proved the only way to proceed so far that hasn't involved me having to suddenly develop mechanical/metal working ability! Problem is i'm not a great fan of the faring they do and would prefer something more like this:

Keep us informed with what you find. I'll hopefully be in Vancouver in a month or so as our bikes are shipping in there from Malaysia.
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Old 04-14-2011, 03:50 PM   #32
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Originally Posted by mikesova View Post
that's exactly it. Now, can Baja designs just make one like that in plastic and sell it for less than 100 bucks?
I don't think there is anyway possible to make a fairing with headlights for under $100. The only thing under that is a X2 from trailtech at $99. The economics just don't work. I think as also mentioned by someone else here either a brittanica fairing or just a typical endure setup like an X2 with a windshield is going to be your cheapest route.
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Old 02-19-2013, 06:07 PM   #33
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