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fairing for 67 superhawk

Tom W. Member
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Re: fairing for 67 superhawk

Post by Tom W. » Wed Aug 24, 2005 3:01 pm

I found this company surfing the web:<br /><br /> ... gs.html<br /><br />A lot more choices than JC Whitney, but ditto for $$. Looks like they make a quality product since many of the big teams use their products.<br /><br />Tom

kustommusic Member
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Re: fairing for 67 superhawk

Post by kustommusic » Wed Aug 24, 2005 4:32 pm

Tom, O,Ya! nice stuff. I wish I had known about them before. Steve

piecutter Member
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Re: fairing for 67 superhawk

Post by piecutter » Sat Sep 03, 2005 4:52 pm

If you want Vintage, Airtech is the way to go. But there is another alternative which looks pretty cool and fits nicely. A couple of years ago I was looking for a fairing for my cb350. All my other bikes have 7 inch headlights, so I was quite used to the standard fare Emgo Cafe fairing. But of course, no one makes cafe fairings to fit smaller headlights anymore. So I started looking towards bikes that came from the factory with them. Only one came to mind that also had a small headlight. In 1995 Honda breifly released the VF750CD Magna Deluxe with what they called a &quot;Bikini Fairing&quot;. By golly, not only does it fit, but it's from Honda! I actually know a guy locally who's put one on a CB77 and it looks pretty good. They pop up on Ebay from time to time, and if your lucky, the guy won't know what Honda asks for them!

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