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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    Sure I dont see why not. PM me ur address so I can send you a quote :)

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  2. godzuki

    godzuki live better speed more

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    Very interested very I have a 15 1290 s or t depending on who you ask. I also put one of those touratec high fender kits on my 04 950S and yep holy crap were those fork guard mounts a PIA.

    Also interested in the guy directly above me and his question.
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  3. godzuki

    godzuki live better speed more

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    Well hell you replied to quickly to him lol
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  4. garabato25

    garabato25 Been here awhile

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    You are absolutely right my friend. i am working on an adaptor plate that could possibly bolt in between my adaptor and the fender but its hard to accommodate every fender as they are all a little different. I have the KTM SMC 690 fender on my bike and also had the acerbis so I know they will work with my plate. Our waterjet is getting installed in 2 weeks so I have to wait till them to start my prototyping but I will keep you all posted.

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  5. garabato25

    garabato25 Been here awhile

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    I am finalizing the design and will post pics soon. I just want to make sure the fitment and functionality is there before I do.

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  6. grunkster

    grunkster Been here awhile

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    how we coming??!!
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  7. garabato25

    garabato25 Been here awhile

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    Parts are almost done. I made a run of 50 to make sure I had enough for everone.

    Im doing the TET right now heading east to Michigan to watch the Des Nations race this coming weekend and will be back Monday to start getting the kits together :)

    Good news is I have been testing the shit outta the kit and its working flawlessly ✊✊

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  8. grunkster

    grunkster Been here awhile

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    VERY cool! the des nations should be INSANE!! Have fun...GO USA!!!!!!!
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  9. thirsty 1

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    Nice looking set up count me in.
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  10. garabato25

    garabato25 Been here awhile

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    DF94D0B9-8F1F-4A2A-A0D8-46E27AA2D290.jpeg Just a quick update... all the brackets are made. We are waterjetting the horn brackets now then all we have ro do is bend em up and package ready to send out :)

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    Soon they will be available and like I said I have been running mine for the past week off road and its doing great.

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  11. thirsty 1

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    How are the fork adapters coming along?
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  12. garabato25

    garabato25 Been here awhile

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    Just a quick update... all the brackets are made. We are waterjetting the horn brackets now then all we have ro do is bend em up and package ready to send out :)

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    Soon they will be available and like I said I have been running mine for the past week off road and its doing great.

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    Still figuring them out. Havent found a set of fork guards that I like and look the part. Im also on a bike trip right now till Monday so its been on hold ✊✊✊. I will get back on it as soon as I get back though

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  13. garabato25

    garabato25 Been here awhile

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    See comment above. I replied to the wrong thread lol

    Cheer
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  15. Throttle-jockey

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    Saw these on FB best one I've seen yet that brings them close to the fork tubes.

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  16. RCR001

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    That is a sweet setup!
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  17. DirtJack

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    Well there are a lot of interesting things about that front end, beyond the fork protector brackets, such as front hub, front wheel (tubeless ?), ABS removal?, single front rotor, Ohlins forks, ...
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  18. Martyred

    Martyred Been here awhile Supporter

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    These are KINEO rims tubless, I see one of my ABS rings ;-) . Looks like a 1290 Duke engine and a different radiator then the ADV models
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  19. DirtJack

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    Ah, yes, similar to this bike, shown at the Prague Motorcycle Show in 2015

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  20. grunkster

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    hey garabato25, did you stay nice and dry at the MXON??!!:rofl