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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 07-22-2019, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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Race fairings for the 2020

Has anyone bought them yet?

So far it appears only Alpha and Carbonin have fairings available. I think the Alpha fairings are rebranded Carbonin as the are called Avio fibere. Both sets seem to run $1800 plus once you add in the accessories.

https://www.carbonin.com/products/ca...-1000-rr-2019/

https://shop.alpharacing.com/shop/in...2ucsfkv69bnqu3
https://shop.alpharacing.com/shop/in...2ucsfkv69bnqu3
https://shop.alpharacing.com/shop/in...2ucsfkv69bnqu3
https://shop.alpharacing.com/shop/in...2ucsfkv69bnqu3
https://shop.alpharacing.com/shop/in...2ucsfkv69bnqu3

Armour Bodies has nothing. Neither does Motoxpricambi. If you find something else please post the link.

Edit: I searched hustlehardracing.com and found nothing listed. HHR performance is looking like a winner so far.

https://hhrperformance.com/i-3163420...w-s1000rr.html

It has the tank cover and seat. No front fender or windshield. Pro seat adds $300.
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The WSBK bikes had Carbonin fairings at Laguna.
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Carbonin only reputable source for now. Alpha fairings are Carbonin.

HHR is official importer/distributor for Carbonin. Good guys over there and a great product. I am not a dealer "yet".
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Thank you so much. Are you happy with the fit?

Edit: U.S. price comes to $954 + shipping with the extras required. And extra zeus fasteners. I didn't see the windscreen on the same page. Separate link:

https://www.crcfairings.co.uk/rp-scr...een-3762-p.asp

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Thank you so much. Are you happy with the fit?

Edit: U.S. price comes to $954 + shipping with the extras required. And extra zeus fasteners. I didn't see the windscreen on the same page. Separate link:

https://www.crcfairings.co.uk/rp-scr...een-3762-p.asp
Unfortunatly i dont have a bike yet but i have the fairing, so i caan not tell you about the fit. CRC is a well known brand so i expect perfect fit. The best part of the CRC is thes lazer cut seat.

The fima racing fairings are great to they are Avio fiber so you have more flex in them
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Keep in mind you will either need the Alpha Racing subframe or a set of special brackets if you intend to use the stock subframe. Just added costs to keep in mind with the K67.
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Keep in mind you will either need the Alpha Racing subframe or a set of special brackets if you intend to use the stock subframe. Just added costs to keep in mind with the K67.
I totaled everything up on the hhrperformance site and it came to $2050 less tax and shipping unpainted.
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I totaled everything up on the hhrperformance site and it came to $2050 less tax and shipping unpainted.
I know. Hopefully some competition will be out soon ala ArmourBodies.

Put a nice paint job and vinyl kit and you are pushing 3k for bodywork.
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Just buy them in carbon and pass on the paint job!

(wish I had done that... I've got to re-rattle can mine from all the chipping, or wrap the bottom of the tail and the bellypan at least)
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