CNC Billet High Fender Kit for your 1090/1190/1290

Discussion in 'Ridiculous streetbikes with 6 CPUs and too much HP' started by garabato25, Sep 3, 2018.

  1. garabato25

    garabato25 Been here awhile

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    So Im going on a 10 day trip offroad to do the TET (Trans Eastern Trail) and decided I wanted to install a high fender on my 1190 ADV R. Went looking on the interwebs and didnt finad anything I was happy with so I made my own :)

    Here is what I came up with :)

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    Even made a little bracket for the OEM horn :)

    I then cut down the original fender that was going in the trash anyway and voila!!

    What do you guys think???

    Cheers

    Alex
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  2. garabato25

    garabato25 Been here awhile

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    A few more pics.... C606E9A5-E91D-43BA-9818-49CAE73CB4B9.jpeg 86241527-84F5-436D-A496-C4177CBA0D00.jpeg 5CD841FF-4E02-4508-92E0-895B827E6FB8.jpeg DDA1DF16-DC9A-4A2B-A00E-1E09A1EC9D31.jpeg
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  3. Antikid

    Antikid Been here awhile

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    looks nice. a lot better than dealing with the spacers on the other ones.
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  4. Scro

    Scro I don't feel dirty

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    Awesome job...can you make another;)
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  5. garabato25

    garabato25 Been here awhile

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    Yeah, Im actually planning on doing a short run of them and wanted to see who would be interested???

    Cheers

    Alex
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  6. more koolaid

    more koolaid Been here awhile

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    looks great, hell ya I'm in
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  7. Night Crawler

    Night Crawler Been here awhile

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    +1
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  8. greypey

    greypey Adventurer

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    it looks great but i think its a waste of alluminum and machining time just to avoid having separate spacers, laser cut out of 5mm ally and cnc the spacer should be much cheaper?
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  9. garabato25

    garabato25 Been here awhile

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    It would be easier as you say but then there wouldn't be any bling bling factor :) and I happen to have all the toys and tools to make it in house so it keeps my Haas busy in between jobs :) Im also thinking of anodizing them KTM orange :)

    On a serious note though, I have seen a few videos of installs of the sheetmetal versions with spacers and apparently its a pain in the ass to install so i just figured why not make it badass and easy to install :)
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  10. thirsty 1

    thirsty 1 Rider Supporter

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    :thumbup

    What’s the cost for a slug of aluminum and end mill with labor?
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  11. KojiKP

    KojiKP Been here awhile

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    I might be in, looks nice
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  12. garabato25

    garabato25 Been here awhile

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    I was thinking in the range of $80-$90 with all the stainless steel hardware shipped in the USA
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  13. garabato25

    garabato25 Been here awhile

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    Im working on the finish to get it just right. Might go with soda blasting or anodizing :). Will keep you guys posted

    Thanks for the interest!!

    Cheers

    Alex
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  14. BDO

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    Interested! Keep us posted.


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  15. Brilloman

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    I like that it includes the horn mount and that it is all one piece. A little pricey but I am interested.
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  16. rick danger

    rick danger The further adventures of

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    Much less fumbly with the stand offs instead of separate spacers. Nice job.
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  17. Ol Man

    Ol Man Long timer Supporter

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    Well done and jealous of the tools and skills.
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  18. thirsty 1

    thirsty 1 Rider Supporter

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    Horn mount is included in that 85 right.
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  19. garabato25

    garabato25 Been here awhile

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    Yep
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  20. StuartV

    StuartV Motorcyclist Supporter

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    I'm interested.

    What's the story on the black plastic bits covering the fork lowers? Is that just the stock fender cut up? If so, is there any more "elegant" (i.e. less chance of my ham fists making it ugly) option?
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