You can buy a good set of used racing plastics for around $400 or a new set for under a $1,000. I bought a set for my 6R and painted it with a rattle can. When I wrecked, I didn't give a shit. I would have cried if I scratched up my good OEM plastics on the track. I've seen everything from duct taped to zip tied repairs on race plastics.
Along with the other answers...when you remove the lights and signals you are left with holes that must be filled. My stock plastics are already rashed so I just stripped the lights and signals and coverred the holes with painters tape for the track. If I inverst in new body work, it'll be Sharkskins street glass to replace the OEM stuff. Screw it...damn 10's have no resale anyway, not going to spend the bux on oem plastic. Pluss i want to paint it ducati white.
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I am new here and got a brand new 2018 zx10r. I am thinking about reaching the speed 299km/h but worried about pulled by the police. How can I reach it legally? I thought about going on the track but I just want to do in the straight way. Any ideas?
Hey guys, I just purchased a 2005 10R and am interested in track days to learn my bike. I have run with NASA-SE with cars at places like CMP, Roebling, RA, and VIR to name a few. I have also taken a 6 year hiatus from bikes since I joined the military so a literbike was not my first choice but...