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post #1 of 5 Old 09-03-2012, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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Talking Carbon Fiber Front Fender

I need one. Who knows of a place that still carries them in stock?

I've checked Max MC Direct as well as Sling Shot Racing, and even went to place an order on the one that MaxMC had, but the order got refunded because they no longer stock that product.

Can anyone help please? My current front front is cracked and broken. So I need a replacement asap, so that I can ride when I come home on R&R in a couple weeks.

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So I need a replacement asap, so that I can ride when I come home on R&R in a couple weeks.
OEM is only like $60, and if you really need to lose those couple ounces of weight to get the kind of ride you want... you are on the wrong bike.

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OEM is only like $60, and if you really need to lose those couple ounces of weight to get the kind of ride you want... you are on the wrong bike.
No one really cares about the weight. It's the cool CF "look" I'd love more CF-bling and don't really care about the weight savings on my 10 year old bike

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OEM is only like $60, and if you really need to lose those couple ounces of weight to get the kind of ride you want... you are on the wrong bike.
I understand what you're saying. Here's the thing. My 9er has a matte black paint job, that I have no clue how to instruct a different paint guy to recreate. 2nd, it costs more money, with the OEM fairing PLUS paint, than it would cost to simply buy a CF version. Also, I already have a few CF goodies on the 9er, so I'd like to continue the trend. It's not about the weight savings. I just like carbon fiber. =]

So, does anyone have an idea where to look, for a fender? Any help would be appreciated!

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A 60 second google search came up with this

Honda 919 / Hornet 900 Accessories. Wild Hair Accessories offers belly pans, fairings and much more.

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