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Old 11-May-2006, 09:47 PM
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\"V piece\" on track fairing?

Just fitting a Ricambi Weiss track fairing to the 888 and wondering what to do about the v piece behind the front wheel.

As it comes fitted with one on the road panels should I fit it to the track bodywork or is it alright to run without? Opinions?

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Old 12-May-2006, 03:40 AM
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The v-piece was an update for the 888. The 851 used the same fairing without a v-piece. so you can leave it out.
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Old 12-May-2006, 11:45 AM
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I am having a mould made for the V piece from my Racing.

I will be offering versions in Carbon fibre/fibreglass in due course if any are interested.

Cost will be sensible but reflect the cost of the mould .

Let me know if interested.
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Old 12-May-2006, 11:47 AM
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please let me know what the sensible cost is in carbon !
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maybe a stupid question but will it be the same fit as for a 93 strada.
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maybe a stupid question but will it be the same fit as for a 93 strada.
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maybe a stupid question but will it be the same fit as for a 93 strada.
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sorry about that, case of the stutters.
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Old 12-May-2006, 04:16 PM
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I am afraid I have no idea on costings yet....my V piece is away at the moment with the mould maker.....waiting for a quote for the cost of the mould. I am going to ask that the cut out be left in so we can all cut out what we want for the various models.

I am not looking to make anything out of this ....just want to recoup the cost of the mould.

Will keep you advised !
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I am having a mould made for the V piece from my Racing.

I will be offering versions in Carbon fibre/fibreglass in due course if any are interested.

Cost will be sensible but reflect the cost of the mould .

Let me know if interested.

Bllody hell mate - that would be a turn up for the books - ME buying summat from YOU...

Yep - interested in a carbon one..

Nat
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