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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-21-2019, 05:35 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone familiar with fairing master?

Hello, I'm looking to get a new fairing kit for my '06 R6 and since I cant afford OEM I have to go Chinese. I found this website
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and they seem way cheaper than most others. It appears they also go under the name LkkMotor and have a facebook page with that name. Has anyone here actually bought fairings from here and know if they are any good? Or does someone know another place in the same pricerange?
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Re: Anyone familiar with fairing master?

I myself just recently ordered fairings from absfairings.com for my 08' i can let you know how they turn out, all in all ran about 750 including bolts, and a few other parts, but from what i saw they get good reviews. there are also multiple vendors in the sponsored vendor section of the forum that will give discounts if you are a member here from what i have seen. such as monsterfairings i beleive it was.
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Alright yeah thanks, that is however a bit more expensive than I was hoping to spend.
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Re: Anyone familiar with fairing master?

I also heard about a company called acumarts, they have pretty good reviews and are in the 350 range which is pretty cheap, anyone heard of them?
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Re: Anyone familiar with fairing master?

I think Acumarts is a sponsored vendor here as well. i think most the fairings are all "Made in China" and sometimes have slight issues with hole placement but not usually a huge deal. my fairings just shipped today so when i get them i can let you know how they fit up, but yeah price of them was a little daunting. hopefully its a pay for what you get kinda deal but we will see.
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Re: Anyone familiar with fairing master?

So I have been doing some readings and it seems like Auctmarts are pretty good. Only think I'm worried about is that I want to get white fairings, and some people say that they can get discoloured from the engine heat. Anyone here know if just putting some extra head-shields on would prevent that?
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So I have been doing some readings and it seems like Auctmarts are pretty good. Only think I'm worried about is that I want to get white fairings, and some people say that they can get discoloured from the engine heat. Anyone here know if just putting some extra head-shields on would prevent that?
In my post above, they came with nearly all of the trim that OEM did, including foam-backed foil tape to attach to the insides of the fairing. The fairings have held up perfectly fine over the last few years, neither warping or sun-fading. The clear coat is particularly vulnerable to solvents. (overspray from a can of "OFF" brand bug repellant mottled it up pretty noticeably)
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So you mean the link you left to the seller moto.flying from ebay? You recommend them? What color did you buy?
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