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Old 12-May-2013, 08:56 PM
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Carbon Belly Pan for 996R

Anyone know whether this carbon belly pan will fit a 2002 748R?

Wondering what I need to change e.g., stock fairings on a 748r, etc.

Any help / advice appreciated.

Ash.
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I believe you'd need to cut down the fairings to get that to fit, or replace with the right ones.

Standard fairing panels meet underneath, whereas the panels for the one with the belly pan are shorted and clip into the belly pan.



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I believe you'd need to cut down the fairings to get that to fit, or replace with the right ones.

Standard fairing panels meet underneath, whereas the panels for the one with the belly pan are shorted and clip into the belly pan.



Thanks for the info Ant. Hmmm... I also have some 998r fairings kicking about. Maybe the belly pan was for that. Time to have a little play.
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