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Fairing ...anybody?

greetings-

does anyone have a fairing installed on their Vulcan?
Or does anyone know where to buy some?

the reason im asking is from a very recent thread about the "custom Cruiser UK", i saw the vulcan pic with fairing.....looking real good

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greetings-

does anyone have a fairing installed on their Vulcan?
Or does anyone know where to buy some?

the reason im asking is from a very recent thread about the "custom Cruiser UK", i saw the vulcan pic with fairing.....looking real good

thanks
Like this one on my bike, it is a Maier sport GP mini Fairing and windscreen you can see more Pics on my profile,I was glad to see that bike I was beginning to think I was the only one who liked that look




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I saw that part on that site, but I think it is for the fenders not the cowl.

I like the cowl thought that is sweeet

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Like this one on my bike, it is a Maier sport GP mini Fairing and windscreen you can see more Pics on my profile,I was glad to see that bike I was beginning to think I was the only one who liked that look
Pretty sweet man !!!
I am getting one too

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Denny !!
where did you purchased yours??

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Go for it,Maier Plastics there are three different sizes 7" round headlight one comes in small and large and they have a square headlight in model too,I got mine on Ebay for $70 shipped it was the wrong color but I painted to match my bike ,they come in black new,I think and are around $120,Denny




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I just looked on ebay under motorcycles/parts and accessories/ sport fairing and there are five or six mini fairings on there now, two or three different styles too,here's a link
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Viper...4506.m20.l1116




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Go for it,Maier Plastics there are three different sizes 7" round headlight one comes in small and large and they have a square headlight in model too,I got mine on Ebay for $70 shipped it was the wrong color but I painted to match my bike ,they come in black new,I think and are around $120,Denny
How well would the front turn signal have lined up with the cut outs if you'd kept the stock ones?


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How well would the front turn signal have lined up with the cut outs if you'd kept the stock ones?
good point man, do i have to mod anything (turn signal)?

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How well would the front turn signal have lined up with the cut outs if you'd kept the stock ones?
they would have lined up pretty good in stock form I have the mini lights on it now and used the stock mounts on the front and drilled the rubber out to the same size as the threads on light and just screwed the mini lights into the rubber mounts and ran the wires thru in the stock location I didn't like the height and cut the back off of the rubber mount and turned it 90 degrees and just tightened the screw up and it is fine now,I know I don't think I have a picture with te mini lights but I'll show one when I snap onehttps://www.vn750.com/forum/picture.php?pictureid=305&albumid=32&dl=1239818412 &thumb=1




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"When all is said and done,usually more is said than done" UNK
Click on one x and drag to the other to read between them.

Psalm 40:1...
XI waited patiently for the Lord; and he turned unto me, and heard my cry. X

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