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Old September 4th, 2019, 08:00 AM   #1
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CRC track fairings

I think I'll be shopping for a new set of TD fairings this winter. I like the fact these come pre-drilled with fasteners.

Has anyone had any experience with them?

https://www.crcfairings.co.uk
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Old September 4th, 2019, 06:45 PM   #2
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have you checked out sharkskinz ? they are great quality
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Old September 4th, 2019, 07:06 PM   #3
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have you checked out sharkskinz ? they are great quality
See plenty of distributors not a lot of info. Do they come predrilled? Ready for paint? The manufacturers website has zero marketing materials.

https://ionemoto.com/collections/sha...el_848+year_12
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They can come drilled for an extra $57 dollars for the kit AFAIK. Also sharkskinz has the air ducts (oversized) if that matters for the extra money.
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I'm tired of dicking around with these poorly drilled hot bodies. So I'm looking for the best that can be offered for fitment, so the extra cash is well spent. I'll shoot SS an email for some info..

Thanks guys.
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im still waffling in hopes of finding out the easiest to swap out since I like riding this bike on the street between track days.
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Old September 5th, 2019, 07:43 AM   #7
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im still waffling in hopes of finding out the easiest to swap out since I like riding this bike on the street between track days.
I did that for a few years, then decided to build a track bike only.
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Hey on your street bike, those mirror blanks have a turn signal in them? Do you like them if so?

Im wanting to go to bar end mirrors and blanks because: a. stock mirrors are shit and b. easier to pull the bar end mirrors for the track. Ive got the license plate setup as quick release and unplugging the tail and headlights is easy, so now its just the mirror/turns.
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Hey on your street bike, those mirror blanks have a turn signal in them? Do you like them if so?

Im wanting to go to bar end mirrors and blanks because: a. stock mirrors are shit and b. easier to pull the bar end mirrors for the track. Ive got the license plate setup as quick release and unplugging the tail and headlights is easy, so now its just the mirror/turns.
Yes they have the turn signal in them, they are fine I've never really liked the red paint but they've grown on me. And yes the stock mirrors are shit too much vibration there that was a big reason and I didn't like the mickey mouse look. They are still a bit of a PITA when removing the nose fairing you have the wires and the two very small screws, but better than the stock mirror.

They are greggs custom and I do not think he makes them any more.
LED Flushmount Signals Archives - Greggs Customs

But there are a few others out there now, something like these I think look better and I might upgrade over the winter, these are far less "bulky"

https://www.amazon.ca/Ducati-Mirror-.../dp/B01M4NA4NN
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Guess for me red would be good, man I wish I could find something like this:
https://www.nicecycle.com/Ducati-Pan...s-p/v4-mbo.htm

I might just buy the oberon plates and make it myself.
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Guess for me red would be good, man I wish I could find something like this:
https://www.nicecycle.com/Ducati-Pan...s-p/v4-mbo.htm

I might just buy the oberon plates and make it myself.
Looks like those would work on the 848...
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I had a set on my 2009 GSX-R1000. Had a minor low side and they disintegrated. They went on easily enough but do not do well. My 2cents
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