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Post  TomCom on Fri Nov 08 2013, 17:48

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I spend long time to design own fairing for my thundercat and long time to pick one i want.
after long time (aroung 5 month) i decide i want this one

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so i order them yesterday. i will post more pictures when i will get them. its around 10 days to make them and another 10 days to send them
and i need new bolds , screws :)i dont know what to do with them
SO IT IS THIS Smile
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Post  Wooster on Sun Dec 29 2013, 11:23

I haven't done it mate, you'd need to ask Thundersto600 or someone who has. Smile

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Post  mikeyzf600 on Sun Dec 29 2013, 13:05

I used the holes at the back of the small section to clamp them all together. It isn't massively obvious but not as good as OEM.

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Post  TomCom on Sun Dec 29 2013, 18:10

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Post  mikeyzf600 on Sun Dec 29 2013, 19:23

You need to put 2 fixings through the holes at the back. That'll help pull it together.

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Post  Wooster on Sun Dec 29 2013, 23:26

Like a couple of pan head self drilling screws?
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Post  mikeyzf600 on Mon Dec 30 2013, 00:22

Can't remember exactly how I did it. Think there's 2 tabs which need holes drilling into. Then normal fixings from the packs from eBay (drawn a blank and can't remember their official name!!)

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Post  TomCom on Mon Dec 30 2013, 16:59

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:You need to put 2 fixings through the holes at the back. That'll help pull it together.

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are you have it on your bike now?
any chance for pic?
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Post  mikeyzf600 on Mon Dec 30 2013, 18:10

I'm in my Jammies I'm afraid. But if you look at your picture, the second one, next to where is says Yamaha between the gaps, you can just about see a black tab. You need to drill holes in these to line up with the holes on either tail piece. Then bolt them together. Squeeze everything together while you mark it/drill it.

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Post  thunderstu600 on Tue Dec 31 2013, 19:15

I didn't drill anything. I used the clips you can screw into...they're used all over the fainring especially on the v section at the front (sorry, don't know what they're called). Hold together the rear faring tight and screw up. Once the screw is tight the rear section shoudn't move. Hope this helps too. Ooh and Happy New Year
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Post  TomCom on Wed Jan 01 2014, 13:42

ok i take all fairings off no problem Smile ok maybe some ot the screws need to be cut off tongue
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Post  TomCom on Fri Jan 03 2014, 08:41

:( i cant finish it cause the weather :(
rain all the time so the bike is under the cover but no plasticks
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Post  TomCom on Sat Jan 04 2014, 15:50

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need 2 black parts on and mirrors and its done
its not perfect... but looks nice
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Post  Eddie990 on Sat Jan 04 2014, 16:13

Looking good Tom.

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Post  mrfrance on Sat Jan 04 2014, 16:14

Really nice colours Tom, looks good.
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Post  MrNutt on Sat Jan 04 2014, 16:48

nice colours there, glad its all worked out well in the end
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Post  TomCom on Sat Jan 04 2014, 18:39

not really work Smile loots of gaps i think about sending them back
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Post  Wooster on Sat Jan 04 2014, 20:38

Looking good. Cool
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Post  MevsyD on Sun Jan 05 2014, 17:19

Loving the colour scheme. Really good job on the design that Tom, looks fantastic! left thumb up left thumb up left thumb up 
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Re: TomCom fairing project on the way

Post  TomCom on Sun Jan 05 2014, 20:03

really shit fairings :(
some of the pictures
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Post  Wooster on Sun Jan 05 2014, 23:40

On close inspection I think you're right.
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Post  robertcains on Sun Jan 05 2014, 23:47

Nothing a file & a bit of patience couldn't put right for the money?
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Post  MrNutt on Sun Jan 05 2014, 23:57

yeah this is true, I didnt like my fairing fit after 5 days so got nick to tinker it for me  green smile confused_2 
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Post  TomCom on Mon Jan 06 2014, 05:07

I think about sending them back. :( shame couse it is what I want. :(
Is it anything I can do to make it fit better?
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Post  Cheshirecat on Tue Jan 14 2014, 20:41

Tom mine didn't fit perfect at first, like Nick as said a bit of fiddling with a file and they will look ok.. I think mine look good for the money mate
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Post  TomCom on Thu Mar 20 2014, 12:55

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Post  Rosco on Thu Mar 20 2014, 13:52

Another one of these makeup-less selfie's......scary Wink

Nice bike though Smile
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