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post #1 of 19 Old 06-28-2007, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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919 Belly Pans

I'm thinking about getting a belly pan for the 9er. . .if you have one mounted, let see a pic of it and tell us who the manufacturer is. --Thanks!

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post #2 of 19 Old 06-28-2007, 05:08 PM
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I don't have one, but LDH did:
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Other than looks,What does a bellypan do?

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Other than looks,What does a bellypan do?
Makes oil changes more work?

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Other than looks,What does a bellypan do?
Traps and holds roadkill. 128 miles at 7,250 RPM and a sparrow is medium well.

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Its a lower fairing. The 919 looks better without it.

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Its a lower fairing. The 919 looks better without it.
Once again, we have a difference of opinions!

Same as LDH's (I think), a MBD Belly Pan.


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Traps and holds roadkill. 128 miles at 7,250 RPM and a sparrow is medium well.
That's why you should always carry Tabasco in your jacket.

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That's why you should always carry Tabasco in your jacket.
I thought I was the only one!

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I installed the Bike Side Belly Pan from Wild Hair Accessories, makes the bike look meatier, gives it a "chin". I like it.
Doesn't catch oil, so it's purely for aesthetics.
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I installed the Bike Side Belly Pan from Wild Hair Accessories, makes the bike look meatier, gives it a "chin". I like it.
Doesn't catch oil, so it's purely for aesthetics.
nice mirrors

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Like it or not the belly pan is just another cool mod. designed for the 919.

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I installed the Bike Side Belly Pan from Wild Hair Accessories, makes the bike look meatier, gives it a "chin". I like it.
Doesn't catch oil, so it's purely for aesthetics.
That's the belly pan my 9'er dreams off!!! I love it!!

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I installed the Bike Side Belly Pan from Wild Hair Accessories, makes the bike look meatier, gives it a "chin". I like it.
Doesn't catch oil, so it's purely for aesthetics.
Nice one!

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as mentioned in another post, they also hold about a quart or two of coolant/oil mix upon melt down, and i can make a Thanksgiving turkey in mine as well.

my pan's from Anchorage Restaurant Supply, with custom mods and mounting by bucky.
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lOOKS GREAT IS IT EASY TO REMOVE FOR CLEANING AND SUCH

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lOOKS GREAT IS IT EASY TO REMOVE FOR CLEANING AND SUCH
It depends which one you have. . .but most require four bolts/screws to remove. Overall, all are EZ to remove.

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post #19 of 19 Old 10-30-2007, 05:37 PM
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you talkin' 'bout mine?
it's dishwasher safe, whether you're trying to remove burnt gravy or maxum 0w-30, and it's great to dip biscuits in. 4 screws, 2 minutes to r&r.

oh. you're not talking 'bout mine.

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