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

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  1. mindazzz

    mindazzz Adventurer

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    I took some more pictures of the fairing on XT660R (sorry for those wide lens photos in the previous post, didnt have another camera then), now you can judge the proportions.

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  2. gnuttis

    gnuttis Been here awhile

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    Look perfect for me perhaps lowering mine a Little bit. Then put a lower fender to my WP 48mm fork, we Will see if you found more pics who have the fairing with the WP fork! ;)

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  3. mototifosi

    mototifosi What does this one do?

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    WR pix (thanks for sending MindO'). What lights are folks using?

    Would love to see the build or step by step pix of someone mounting this on a WR250. I do not posses the "fabbing" skills or tools to produce a mounting system. Would really like to see what folks come up with for this bike.
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  4. mindazzz

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    Any lights you like. From the budget "Twin dominator headlights" for 30EUR from eBay, to Hella Bi-Halogen's for 300EUR. I came accross the Buell Ulysses headlights yesterday - they give decent light and a new set could be found for under 100EUR. I will try these on my XRV this spring so see how they deal in real life.
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  5. Manneman

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    What´s with this custom made saddle?

    Who made it?

    Travelling purposes?
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  6. mindazzz

    mindazzz Adventurer

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    Our local saddle expert made it. My colleague is 2.01m height so the standard seat is too low..
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  7. Manneman

    Manneman Polarbear

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    I went to North Cape last summer and rode 6250 km in 8 days and for this summers trip to Russia and beyond I need a new more comfortable saddle. The original one is definately not made for spending long days on the bike.

    Is this something you could help me with?
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  8. gnuttis

    gnuttis Been here awhile

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    Hello

    Did you got the pictures?
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  9. mindazzz

    mindazzz Adventurer

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    This seat is more about the height than comfort. I've tried the AirHawk seat at that seemed like a better solution for the butt... :)
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  10. mindazzz

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    Here's one pic of the XT660R. Some more pics will follow next week.
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  11. gnuttis

    gnuttis Been here awhile

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    Perfect, happy to see some more if possible! :)
    Also if it,s possible from the side and the bracket who holds the fairing thanks.
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  12. Inniswhe

    Inniswhe Been here awhile

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    If you don't mind, can you tell me what fender is that in the first pic in the first post. does it mount with a custom bracket?
    It looks very good with your fairing design.

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  13. maat

    maat meh.

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    I'm not sure but it looks like the same one I used on my installation in post #64. It is an Acerbis replacement for a KTM 450.
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  14. Inniswhe

    Inniswhe Been here awhile

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    Thanks for the info, this is a help.
    Did you make a custom bracket for yours?
    Was a difficult install, does it work well?
    Any more pics of your bike ?

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  15. motormail

    motormail Supermoto Posty

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    Hey Gnuttis,

    Any more photos you can share yet? Please!
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  16. gnuttis

    gnuttis Been here awhile

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    Sorry, it,s mindazzz who got the pictures.
    I buy this one for sure instead of OTR! :)
    Going to mount a KTM Roadbook on my WP fork.
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  17. mindazzz

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    sorry guys, i'm still waiting for detailed pics from the XTR's owner :)
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  18. Manneman

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    Any news?
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  19. Falcon86

    Falcon86 I just work here.

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    Are these available for the DRZ400S?
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  20. gnuttis

    gnuttis Been here awhile

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    Any news about the fairing on the xt660r with 48mm fork?

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