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I also think they look decent, better than the oem ones...the oem's angles and lines just remind me of an early 90's cheapo jap sports car for some reason.
 

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That curved hole reminds me of katana's fairing, and I dont like katana'S fairing :S but overwall its not bad looking, I like OEM ones better tho
 

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I also think they look decent, better than the oem ones...the oem's angles and lines just remind me of an early 90's cheapo jap sports car for some reason.
I see more of the first Hyundai Tiburon than anything else. So Korean for me.

The styling of those lowers just doesn't seem to mesh with the rest of the bike to me.
 

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I might have to buy one of these and but the top half off, I think it would make a cool belly pan if you cut along that line that starts at the tip of the bottom and runs up below the scoop...some belly pans just don't look big enough for me.

 

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I could see that working as a good belly pan. It's just that scoop that looks out of place to me.
At $175 if you hack the scoop off it would be better looking and still cheaper than most ugly belly pans out there /shrug.
 

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I think what throws it off is it looks like it would flow into a gen1's body lines perfectly!
Different, but I would still go with OEM's personally.
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For those of you interested.... The fairing comes in 4 pieces so if your looking to use just the belly pan portion of it.... It comes ready to go, no cutting needed...
 

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this GEN SV is very angular and this fairing is swooping and round! the contrast is not welcome, however I would like to see pics of just the belly pan! Shrug... I think I am upgrading from OEM to Sharkskinz I think its worth the money, stay tuned...

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