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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-05-2012, 11:24 PM Thread Starter
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HP4 part numbers

If any of you HP4 guys can get a part number for the extended lower on the standard version that would be great, or whomever decides to upgrade to carbon fiber first I got dibs on the takeoffs
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I'm probably going to buy a standard HP4 lower for the spring until the streets clear up. I don't want to kill a 2500 dollar lower piece.

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I'd like the part number for the HP4 sticker kit...

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My dealer gave me this part number for the Carbon full lower fairing.
77 33 8 532 375 HP Carbon Engine Spoiler,Long
I will ask them for the HP4 Standard lower tomorrow.

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crikey, those are some pricey stickers!!

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crikey, those are some pricey stickers!!
You could probably buy the kit from one of the guys on here that got the comp hp4, I think many opted not to have the dealer out the stickers on so they should be given the sticker kit from their dealer.
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just got these numbers from the dealer...4663 8 531 357, 358, 285, and 286 for the standard lower fairings w/extenders. Forgot the price break down, but was quoted 460 per side....4663 8 531 281 is the carbon lower from the competition version and it was quoted at 2500...
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just got these numbers from the dealer...4663 8 531 357, 358, 285, and 286 for the standard lower fairings w/extenders. Forgot the price break down, but was quoted 460 per side....4663 8 531 281 is the carbon lower from the competition version and it was quoted at 2500...
I assume those are just the panels?

You also need a bracktet, a rubber plug and some fairing fastening clips/bolts.

Also, i havent seen one in real life yet, but judging by the parts fiche it should be just a matter of drilling two holes in your original engine spoiler.
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I assume those are just the panels?
Correct

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You also need a bracktet, a rubber plug and some fairing fastening clips/bolts.
Yes, you do. I didn't bother pricing out the incidentals though.

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Also, i havent seen one in real life yet, but judging by the parts fiche it should be just a matter of drilling two holes in your original engine spoiler.
This was my first thought and it would save guys some money assuming there are no weird bracket mounts or something unique to the updated fairing part. Need verification.
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The complete parts catalog is available at the BMW Motorcycle website.

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