Front fairing for KLR 650

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    These are REALLY REALLY NICE!!! You do amazing work!

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    Thanks Michael !

    I have been riding My KLR with the new fairing and something was obvious for me right after the first couple of miles:
    - the fairing works great especially at higher speeds ( smooth at 70-75 (GPS speed) highway speed) and also provide
    good protection against bugs.
    However it is far from perfect because just like GAS GUY recommended it (earlier in the tread ) the fairing needs to be moved closer to the rider and the windshield could be a little higher too.
    And the mounting needs a little adjustment as well ( use of rubber washers and tread lock will be necessarily ).
    Special thanks to CADS for the opportunity and for the great time, I was able to test it off road ( dropped the bike 3 times at slow speed in deep sand ):D
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