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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 25th September 2007, 03:24 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone heard of e-racings.com race fairings?

Seems like a very cheap deal (which is why I'm wary)

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2003-04-05-06-Suzuki-sv1000s-Race-Fairing-Bodywork...
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They look like sharkskinz. I see those on ebay all the time for a great price. Those run about $700.00 from sharskinz. That would be a steal if its legit.

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Check out this thread on the WERA board.
http://forums.13x.com/showthread.php?t=152522

Don't just look at the poll. Read what different racers say about them.

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I have a set of them. Have not put them on yet, keep you informed on how the fit is. A budy of mine crashed in them on a Ninja(Track day) and said they held up well.

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I have a set of them. Have not put them on yet, keep you informed on how the fit is. A budy of min crashed in them on a Ninja(Track day) and said they held up well.

http://www.sv-portal.com/forums/atta...9&d=1190488011
That'd be great, thanks.
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I think that's what I have.

It's pretty stiff, but it mounted up fine. I need to make a cut out for my M4 exhaust at the bottom of the lower pan.

The ones I got were defective ones, and they were cheap. Kind of an "orange peel" on the gel coat.

I fell down, pretty gently, at Road America. They didn't turn completely to parmesan cheese like other brands.

Honestly, I can't complain. They met my expectations for what I paid, completely.

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I though about trying them for the price.


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Check out http://kgcycles.com for sweet race/street bodywork for SV's. Ken Glenn Makes quaility bodywork for 1st and 2nd Gen SV's, R6's, and some CBR's. He also donates a set to the National SV rally every year. It is hand laid glass, gel-coated ready to prep and paint. And, it's really quite affordable.

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Looks neat, the SVR6 stuff looks cool. Wish his site was easier to navigate though. Doesn't look like his stuff has a catch pan lower though for racing.

With the navigation, I had a hard time finding second generation stuff that would work for the SV1000.
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Looks neat, the SVR6 stuff looks cool. Wish his site was easier to navigate though. Doesn't look like his stuff has a catch pan lower though for racing.

With the navigation, I had a hard time finding second generation stuff that would work for the SV1000.
All of the 2nd Gen SV bodywork will fit an SV1000. I got the SVR6 set, and it has a catch pan lower. Ken is really good about responding to e-mail, and will do his best to accomodate most any request. He is also handy if you have any installation questions.
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There are a few ways to check if a website is legit. First off, check to see if they have an SSL encryption. The way to do this is to type in https instead of http when typing in the address URL in the web browser. Next, do a Google search for their website name and see if any weird listings come up. See what others have to say about them. If a website is not verified through these means then you do run a risk when dealing with them.

1) Lookup the domain name Whois information, using one of the many lookup sites http://www.whoisxy.com/ :
2) Check the contact us page information, ideally there will be a physical store/warehouse address and a contact phone number, if there's a phone# go ahead and call to get the feel for the operators.

3) Look for an HTTPS encrypted address on the checkout pages where you enter your personal information
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