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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-09-2012, 05:36 AM Thread Starter
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2012 bodywork/fairings for track/street

Any that works with the oem exhaust?
How is the fit on different makes?

I prefer to be able to use my bike on the street sometimes (in daylight). Are those front "street fairings" that fit the oem lamps any good? Or better to cut out a covered front for a projector lamp?

Any that will catch oil leakage in the lower fairing?
I want a kit with the 2012 tail that will fit my 2012 rear bag. And that comes with a tank cover piece.
Ive looked at these 2012 model makers but cant tell much difference.
What to look for?

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Ilmberger is the best carbon body work I've ever seen.

http://italianmotostyles.com/select-...r-carbon-parts



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Carbon does look good but it also costs a lot.
Im looking for normal track fairings.
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Carbon does look good but it also costs a lot.
Im looking for normal track fairings.


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Looks good but those are 2011 model?
And needs to be cut out for the cat.
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The best kits (for something that costs less than the Sharkskinz kits) are probably from Attack Performance, then Armour Bodies:

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shop.attackperformance.com BMW:S1000R 2009 -:Race Bodywork Category

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Armour Bodies Pro Series Bodywork BMW S1000RR (Stock Exhaust) from SportbikeTrackGear.com

The Armour Bodies kit states "stock exhaust" but I'm not sure about the Attack Performance kit.

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Catalyst Racing. I posted pictures of mine with stock exhaust in a thread not too long ago.
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post #10 of 10 (permalink) Old 12-31-2012, 11:57 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks. I will go for crc works or sebimoto. They are among the few that seem updated since the 2012 model. And they are easy available in eu. I like the separate seat part of the sebimoto and that theyve included the front wind deflector wings in their kits. Happy new year!
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