Rally fairing for BMW G650X Challenge (or any other bike)

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by mindazzz, Sep 23, 2010.

  1. mindazzz

    mindazzz Adventurer

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    Hey guys! Sorry for me not being able to answer your emails for more than a year and not showing up here, i was battling my illness but now i'm ok! The fairings are back on track. We've updates them (holes for the headlights are not cut out so you can apapt any lighting you want!). Also, the fairing is a little more flexible, so can be mounted on many other dirt bikes, not only the 650X!
    I've attached some pics of it. Also some pics how we made a bracket for the G650X. Sorry guys, but I cannot supply brackets, they have to be made by yourselves.
    If anyone is still interested - just drop me a email to mindaugas@motopress.lt. There is a small price increase due to the increase of work force and material prices, but its not too big anyway. The fairings cost 160Eur + postage costs. Email me for a shipping quote. I can deliver it worldwide.

    Cheers,
    Mindaugas
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  2. mindazzz

    mindazzz Adventurer

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    here's the pics
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  3. ChrisUK

    ChrisUK Been here awhile

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    Just wanted to say I purchased a fairing for my bike off Mindaugas. I found him through ebay, rather than here on advrider. The deal went really smoothly. I paid, he delivered in a quick timeframe. No problem.

    Chris
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  4. maat

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    These fairings are great. I just finished bolting one on that I bought from Mindaugas a few months ago. It fit the frame for the TT fairing with only a little tweaking. ( looks a lot better than the TT fairing IMHO)
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  5. bomber60015

    bomber60015 Anatomically Correct

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    Can't seem to find him on ebay . . . . .have you a link, please?
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  6. maat

    maat meh.

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    I contacted him via email. He posted his email address a while back.

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  7. bomber60015

    bomber60015 Anatomically Correct

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    thanks, bud . . . .. he responded toot sweet!
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  8. sailah

    sailah Lampin' it

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    That looks great!! I'm sending him an email too I want one.
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  9. maat

    maat meh.

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    FYI, you will want to pick up a new fender as well. The original will no longer fit because it rides up higher on the lower clamp. I bought an acerbis replacement fender for a KTM.
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  10. sailah

    sailah Lampin' it

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    Got the fairing today, I was surprised it got here so fast. Packed very well. Obviously I'm using it on a bike it was not designed for so I expect quite a bit of custom work to make it fit however this was a real time saver and I would never be able to get glass looking this good. Def time and money well spent.

    Fairing comes reasonably finished although they are expecting you to paint it and there are some slight areas which would need to be faired in. Overall very nice quality and I think they look great.

    I plan on building my own custom nav support and dashboard that I will have waterjet cut and bent and then I will weld it up.

    Vendor was incredibly responsive to emails and package shipped out within hours of receipt of paypal and tracking number was provided. I think I paid on Jan 22-23? and it was here (PA) in a week.

    Diggit

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  11. mindazzz

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    Looking good, Sailah! I read all of your projects and am 100% sure you will get the best out of this fairing. Keep up the amazing work!

    P.S. Since I got of emails asking for a picture of the fairing beside the Yamaha WR250R, will post some pics in a few days. It should also be an easy fit.
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  12. mindazzz

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    I took some pictures today of my fairing on a Yamaha WR250R and it seems to fit the bike quite easily. The WR's tank/radiator shrouds are a little bit wider then the bottom part of the fairing, but then again the fairing looks very nice - kind of coming out from the bike...

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  13. XFanMan

    XFanMan Been here awhile

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    Anyone using one of these on an XR650R with the Acerbis Safari tank?
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  14. mindazzz

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    Not sure about the XR650, but i found today that this fairing would fit straight away on my colleagues Yamaha XT660R! Now it became the Tenere it never had a chance to be... :clap

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  15. trapperj

    trapperj Been here awhile

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    Wonder how this would fit the new Husky TR650?
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  16. mindazzz

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    The space between the tank shrouds is quite narrow so I would say it'd be a nice fit...

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  17. gnuttis

    gnuttis Been here awhile

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    Hello

    Do you know anyone who have mounted to a XT660R & perhaps got pictures of it. About the bracker do you have any documents how to built a bracket to this fairing must not fit XT660R but to the fairing? Thanks!
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  18. mindazzz

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    There is one guy here in Lithuania who has put this fairing and WP 48mm forks on his XT660R. In a week I'll have some photos from him and post them here.
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  19. gnuttis

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    Great to hear, I probably sent you a email today asked about the costs to send it to sweden! Really excited to see the pictures, my dream of a second Tuareg Rallye is in my head when I got my KTM690 EnduroR sorry that I had to sell it but I,am fully ok with my XT660R now I build it as I like it! :)
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  20. XFanMan

    XFanMan Been here awhile

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    Looks like it might work with some trimming. It may sit inside the Acerbis tank since that thing is so wide but that's not a big deal. I'll keep my eyes open on some other peoples installs, I don't "need" it until next year but I'd like to get working on it sooner rather than later so I don't run out of time :evil

    Thanks -- Scott
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