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Old 11-02-2008, 10:36 AM   #76
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The set-up looks great! Great choice of hobbies!
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Old 11-05-2008, 05:21 AM   #77
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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   #78
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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   #79
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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.

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Old 11-10-2008, 06:48 PM   #80
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Ken, would you mind posting some pictures of the bolt-on option?
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Old 11-10-2008, 07:31 PM   #81
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For those that have ordered and wanting to order.

the fairings and subframes are complete and ready for shipping

those that have paid already... the units will be shipped in the next few days.

those that were waiting for me to finish before sending in payment.. now is the time. yours will be shipped within 5-10 days of payment.

thanks guys. PM me with any questions....



it's been really fun doing this.. and I know it's taken forever for the 2nd generation fairing to get done.. to bad I have another business that needs to make money.


I just need to sell about 250 of these so I can make a real busniess out of it.


many were asking for pictures of the weld on fram mount and a picture of the sub frame

weld on mount






Subframe back bone.. still have plenty of room for serivice to headlamps and mounting battery boxes, fuses, HID ballast etc.. excuse the dirt as this was taken after the 510 mile shake down run..



Hey Ken,

Just noticed a change in the mounting bracket. Can we expect the one pictured above to be the final production one rather than the tubular one pictured before? I hope so as I really like the new one. Also do you plan to sell the side fairing pieces separately in case we tear one up?

I have the 990 euro headlight which I purchased from Munn Racing.They got it out to me in 3 days. Sooooo just waiting now for my fairing to arrive!!!

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Old 11-10-2008, 08:03 PM   #82
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Old 11-10-2008, 09:15 PM   #83
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Old 11-11-2008, 08:17 AM   #84
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That is the final sub-frame design. the tubluar one had flex and I wasn't happy..

I did 510 miles this weekend as the final shake down test of the unit..

the proto sub-frame broke with in 30 miles (as I expected hence the new design I already had fabbed).. the new design finished the rest of the ride without isssue

I am now confident that it's a solid and will last. the fairing performed awesome and the new design works excellent.. I know you guys will be stoked with it.

the new production units are at the welder being fabbed as i type this and should be done Wednesday. so they should ship this week

yes.. Jim.. yours is going 2nd day air as you have been waiting for months... the rest is going ground unless you want to pay extra....


Yes.. you can get the side fairing separately..... I made them to be the sacraficial to protect the wings of the acerbis tank..... if anyone has laid thier bike down with this tank knows that the front takes the blunt of the hit when sliding down the trail. I have not put a price on them yet.. but I'm think $75 per side.
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Old 11-12-2008, 11:39 AM   #85
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Hello all!

It was maybe best thing for a long time to find my way here. Just wanted to show that here in far northern Europe someone tries to do the same to Suzy DR... Here few pics maybe you get the point?

This would be 95% ready and here is one from ride

And just for notice the faring is still missing. Last winter I didn't have time and resouces to do that. I was here trying to find some ideas for this winter...

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Old 11-15-2008, 12:15 PM   #86
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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 11-15-2008, 12:53 PM   #87
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Thanks for the pics. Once the holes are drilled, are you supposed to drill/tap the head tube where those lower tabs are? Looks like a pretty cool design.
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Old 11-15-2008, 05:31 PM   #88
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Thanks for the pics. Once the holes are drilled, are you supposed to drill/tap the head tube where those lower tabs are? Looks like a pretty cool design.
I'm specifing that you through bolt the mount.. though I'm pretty sure that tapping will work as well. I just want to make sure that the mount doesn't loosen up on the trail..

inmate "Schattat" has a good thread going on his rally bike the showes the through bolt system that he's installing

http://www.advrider.com/forums/showt...hlight=fairing
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Old 11-15-2008, 11:12 PM   #89
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Thanks for the link Ken.
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Old 11-19-2008, 03:30 PM   #90
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Got mine today. Thanks Ken. Time to install it now. Oh wait, I have to get the mount welded.

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