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post #11 of 18 Old 10-13-2013, 02:11 PM
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As pricey as pro fiber is, you'd think the shit would fit....


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unless used for racing and you do not care....you will not be happy.

The bottom edges curl up, the rear mount is ultra flimsy...thats the reason I had to tack on some metal fastener. and no matter what..the gas tank hole do not line up.

some times its hard to get the cap off....at some point im going to replace the cover with another regular tank.

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You guys got to pony up and buy a tank that doesnt need a cover haha.
I wish i had the money for one of them.
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You guys got to pony up and buy a tank that doesnt need a cover haha.
I wish i had the money for one of them.
yeah.....$2000

I want it bad.....
If i knew the zx10R gen 4 would be around for 2 more years.....id buy it

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Hmm, I think I'm going to with the Pro-Fiber one. I need a new set of bodywork anyways, and it's only $580 for a full set (including the tank cover).

It is for a race bike so a perfect fit isn't needed as long as it functions. Oh, and I use the race harness, so no relay box up there.

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Anybody use the CRC one piece tank fairing?
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Anybody use the CRC one piece tank fairing?
I've got one Jon, fit is good, definitely not junk like the profiber posted here. Only caveat is the finish is pretty rough from the manufacturer and will need some sanding prior to paint, it's not like sharskinz or armour bodies where you can just go straight to painting. When I ordered they sent me two so I got an extra if your interested
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post #17 of 18 Old 05-30-2016, 08:36 AM
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I got the tank cover from Motorrad Stecki and it's decent, but for something that was in the realm of $250+ to my door I wasn't that impressed either. It does the job, but doesn't fit quite right had to cut the gas hole larger and now looks more oval then circle but otherwise could not open gas cap, the sides near the bottom really stick out and you have to find a way to stop the curling out so you don't break them while riding etc.
Could be better is my point, and way too pricey (it's paper thin).

I'm going to try the attack one and see how that is or go back to OEM which worked the best in terms of not being in the way when riding.

This is my experience only, just want to mention have heard from others the one they got (same brand) weas perfect so could just be the quality control and i got the not-so-good one.

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Bump....
looking for the tank cover with side fairings vs. the full on cover...cant seem to find shit now days.

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