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1987 Honda CBR600F Hurricane Fairings

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NelsonC (Hollywood , FL)

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Recommend

Looks good on the ducati

Not so great with the installation. The tool that comes with it is worthless.

Michael (Temecula, CA, CA)

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Recommend

San Diego PD vs. Yoshimura Fender Eliminator

I own a BMW S1000RR with a Yoshimura fender eliminator installed by dealer. All you need per CA Vehicle code is one red reflector (it does not have to be stock) I used red reflector tape which looks great and meets CA Vehicle code.

Scott (Pocono Lake , PA)

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Great alternative to the factory set up

I hated the bulky kit that came installed on my Yamaha FZ6R. Ordered the kit and I was surprised at how fast it came in. Took about an hour to install with the wiring and such but very simple even for someone who isn't mechanically inclined. Looks great. Lights are small but bright. Overall it's a great product.

Joshua (Cardington, OH)

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Recommend

Solid Quality

There's not a ton to report about when it comes to nuts and bolts. These are fine quality and aren't anything cheap. The finish and color options are great. The only area they lose points in is packaging/delivery, which I docked from "recommend." As others noted, they don't come in any sort of organizer, so be warned and use cautiously so as not to mix and match. Good overall though!

Joshua (Cardington, OH)

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Snazzy & Sticks, Sketchy "Installer"

This is great and does just what you'd think. Mine stuck on well, and shows no sign of peeling off after over 1,000 miles. My only complaint would be the installation device it comes with. It's not awful, but it definitely doesn't work as easily as intended. You'll have to use a little TLC (tender love and care) during installation. ; )

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