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Old 12-05-2012, 07:43 PM   #1
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Anybody running aftermarket fairing stays for 06-07 or 08+ r6?

hey all,

looking at getting a fairing stay right now, on my cbr I have an aluminum motoholders stay and looking at their site, shows there is an option for the r6.

Looked through hard racing and I believe g.p. tech makes one so I've also email hardracing to confirm.

anyone else running or know of aftermarket fairing stays that are available? or are most running stock? I'm building a race/track bike so stock stay is not necessary. Tubular aluminum is a better option in the event of a wreck I can bend it back hah
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Old 12-05-2012, 08:24 PM   #2
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I got the motoholder on my 08 from BauceRacing, seems pretty good so far.
Talk to chiefsmokedawg (Anthony) he will hook ya up with your best option.


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Re: Anybody running aftermarket fairing stays for 06-07 or 08+ r6?

Wish I had done this instead of buying another stock fairing stay, even when it was one of the cheap ebay knock offs. When i crash again and break it I'll replace it with an aftermarket race stay.
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