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Thread: Full street fairing for my XB12R (Sharkskinz ?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    The middle of Tennessee is an amazing destination for riding So lucky you get to retire there.

    A 'full fairing kit on the 1125's seems to really modernize the whole bike, and the chain conversion and cool rear wheel on that yellow one are sweet!

    I've got nothing against an 1125, and would happily rock a red lobster CR again, but for $3K-ish more you might find a good deal on an EBR and it is light years ahead in every metric. The muffler is still underneath, and removing the resonator, adding a tips ECM, would look like the yellow one above (neat how they are not the same size) and is the first thing most EBR'rs do anyway
    Here is Cooters old bike.55526854_2188511514525402_4991055802463682560_n.jpg56575961_10214432831554671_2121869034277306368_n.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooter View Post
    The middle of Tennessee is an amazing destination for riding So lucky you get to retire there.

    A 'full fairing kit on the 1125's seems to really modernize the whole bike, and the chain conversion and cool rear wheel on that yellow one are sweet!

    I've got nothing against an 1125, and would happily rock a red lobster CR again, but for $3K-ish more you might find a good deal on an EBR and it is light years ahead in every metric. The muffler is still underneath, and removing the resonator, adding a tips ECM, would look like the yellow one above (neat how they are not the same size) and is the first thing most EBR'rs do anyway
    I sure love my EBR IMG_0682 by Jack Joseph, on Flickr



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