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Maier Headlamp Fairing with custom brackets for naked SV

Hi all,

Recently picked up this SV1000N from a fellow member on here, Ralph Glorioso. Great bike, thanks Ralph! Would like to sell the fairing he put on it though, looking for just the OEM windscreen if anything. Ralph made some wonderful brackets to mount to the top of the triple clamp and to one of side screws on each side on the side plates. Looking to get $90 plus shipping or so, offers welcome. Would also trade for a stock windscreen from a naked model... Thanks for looking!
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Hi all,

Recently picked up this SV1000N from a fellow member on here, Ralph Glorioso. Great bike, thanks Ralph! Would like to sell the fairing he put on it though, looking for just the OEM windscreen if anything. Ralph made some wonderful brackets to mount to the top of the triple clamp and to one of side screws on each side on the side plates. Looking to get $90 plus shipping or so, offers welcome. Would also trade for a stock windscreen from a naked model... Thanks for looking!


There was no stock windscreen on those bikes.

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Thanks ms, I am referring to the 04+ windscreens or similar, sorry about that. May need the side brackets too so it may be more work than I am anticipating...
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Thanks ms, I am referring to the 04+ windscreens or similar, sorry about that. May need the side brackets too so it may be more work than I am anticipating...


Naked 03 models to not have the cast in lugs on the frame head tube to mount the front fairing brackets. You would need to weld/drill/tap or some solution to enable the forward bracket to mount. You would then need to remount the gauges to the bracket, and then you might also have to change the the upper and lower triple clamps, or modify the upper to have steering clearance since the upper clamp is much bigger than the S model top clamp. Naked and S model clamps are different upper and lower. So if you swapped to an S model top clamp, lower has to change also. Then you have to convert the S model clamp to accept upright bars or swap over to clip ons.

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National Cycle makes some nice windscreens.

You might also want to check out Rifle fairings.


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Great thanks, enjoying the full nakedness without the fairing. But have to admit the wind protection is nice. Anyone interested in this fairing, lets make a deal. Looks great on the bike with perfect fitment with the brackets Ralph made.

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Great thanks, enjoying the full nakedness without the fairing. But have to admit the wind protection is nice. Anyone interested in this fairing, lets make a deal. Looks great on the bike with perfect fitment with the brackets Ralph made.
The headlight fairing from the later SV650N will fit right on or Ermax did/do them, you could get both colour coded too.

You are a lucky lad having Ralph's bike, make sure you look after it...
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Thanks will definitely take care of this bike, just put a new chain and sprockets on this weekend, went 17/42, may throw the 40 on there next though, may be a bit much with the 42. Ralph had put 17/36 on there which was way too tall for me...
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