Anyone put an aftermarket fairing on a standard? Which one? I would like to put a fairing on a standard similar to a Bandit 600S.
I have contemplated getting a faring for a Motoguzzi Sport Scura, it would require some fabrication for a faring stay , on the handlebar end , it mounts to the sides on the 7" round headlight like the suzuki flyscreen, but need additional support to the handlebars, they make then in carbon fibre for around $400blchandl said:Anyone put an aftermarket fairing on a standard? Which one? I would like to put a fairing on a standard similar to a Bandit 600S.
What's wrong with the S-model? It would be cheaper and easier to un-S it than to hang an aftermarket half-fairing on the naked. There are a number of products to raise the S's clip-ons, or to replace them entirely with tubular bars. Replace the S rearsets with naked parts (straight swap, probably cost ya nothing).blchandl said:I don't have the bike yet. I am just planning a project bike. I do not want to make it into an "S". I would like it to be more like my Bandit S. I like the more upright riding position of the standard but would like some wind protection like on my Bandit. I think the SV650 engine is the engine around and would like to have the SV engine with the Bandit S fairing, with the standard riding position.
2 questions:asp125 said:
Prolly have to mod the heck out of the inside. The gen2 fairing is molded to fit around the 03+ instrument pod. You'd have to dremel away some of that to fit the gen1's dual round instruments. Other than that it uses the stock signal locations and headlight bracket holes; provided the spacing is the same on the gen1.Strick said:..
-does anyone know if the 2nd gen. fairing will bolt up to the 1st gen. (minor mods acceptable)
-can you still get the '01 anteres red paint to paint it with?