Ive already got a cover for the gap! I have stripped it tonight and done some investigation and it needs a fair bit of modifying. The bracket isnt in the right place. The hole is too small on the bracket so it jams on the bike. The cowl can be bent to look fairly close but im not sure how to keep it in that position as its under alot of pressure. I will have a play with it when i get time but i recon i will be refundedThe supplier of that seat cowl on ebay will do back flips to fix your problem!if hes a high sales ebay lister will be petrified just the thought of negative feedback!Im pretty sure you will be refunded!you can then use that cowl as a internal rear cover hugger extension to save crap intering in the gap!your skills should be able to make it fit!hopefully they dont want it back
Would be helpful if you can share the seller's details so that others are more careful while purchasing and dont end up buying the same stuff.Finally the muppets in china have made a seat cowl for the gen5.
I brought it as soon as one came available on ebay at 43 uk pounds as opposed to 215 pounds for genuine one.
Heres a video:whats the mounting bracket look like?
Lol. $16,000 bike $1000 dollar exhaust $40 rear seat cowl lmao. Where did you buy your oem?I sucked it up and got a genuine solo cowl couple months ago... really not worth the headache buying a knockoff... save up and just get oem.
My point exactly!Lol. $16,000 bike $1000 dollar exhaust $40 rear seat cowl lmao. Where did you buy your oem?
Not bad at all. Fits ok?I have the knock off too. The color is off a bit.