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post #11 of 18 Old 11-01-12, 09:25
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post #12 of 18 Old 11-01-12, 12:36
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Perhaps the twin round headlights from a street triple inside one of those cafe racer bikini fairings?

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Cool concept. Let us know how it goes!
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Looks like a Gilera Saturno 500 fairingÖ
Oddly enough, I think I may have one in my garage.
Iíll have a look and post a picture if I do, itís just one of those things you get and put on a shelf and forget about.
Iíll look this weekend.
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I love it

Spirit of th seventies did a bad ass yamha xs650 a while back that I fell in love with as well. This company is talented.

Someone needs to build this. If I knew a fiberglass guy I would have this shit done by now.

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I can't find a fairing that matches their concept so I assume that it must be a custom job. These guys are talented so I am sure they will hit it spot on. I'm looking forward to seeing the actual end product.

I'm going to get mine road legal first and I'll start on a project similar after it's back on the road. More to come....
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That's pretty badass and a lot of work. I want pics.
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