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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 12-10-2012, 11:21 AM
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Here is SchellPete's pic ...

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i put the pic in my album pic,s just can not seem to put here

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That look like quite a nice setup. Hard to tell with the dark background. How much are ya talking for a batwing for a fury? I'm looking forward to seeing low and means handlebar fairing.


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That look like quite a nice setup. Hard to tell with the dark background. How much are ya talking for a batwing for a fury? I'm looking forward to seeing low and means handlebar fairing.


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Looks like the batwings are about 280. However, you also have to buy hardware ($140) and a windshield ($75). Link below. Whata re you talking about with the Low and Mean "handlebar fairing." First time I have ever heard of that.



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Check out low and means Facebook page. There's a pic in there of a handlebar fairing and tail dragger fender that there working on.
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That's it. I think it looks the dogs.


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The taildragger fender looks bad ass. I am not sure if that is the final design of the front fairing as it is still foam. From the initial look, not my cup of tea, but I am curious to see the final product and see when it is available/costs.. Any one have any info?
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I must admit I love the look and flow of the 2 together. I just hope there not to expensive because everything Ive bought for the fury gets 20% vat and delivery to the UK added on to it so nothin works out cheap?
Is the batwing already painted black from the factory?


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Not a big fan of the fairings myself but I will again start this years winter fairing project. I previously purchased two fairings and I will begin to cut up my second attempt for another cool look for the Fury. I think this years winter project will prove out to be a better look than last years.


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