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Well i slid my bike (CBR250RR MC22) today on the princess highway today, the bike works fine but the fairings are a bit cracked, iv seen the ones on ebay but there all from china. I dont mind buying from them but i can see the fairings not fitting easily. Can anyone recommend anywhere go to buy a full kit? I have this fairings currently:

 

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http://www.ozzymotorcyclefairings.com.au/
he used to be on this forum, not sure if he still is
pretty sure he gets his stuff from china anyway
but at least you can go have a look
 

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http://www.ozzymotorcyclefairings.com.au/
he used to be on this forum, not sure if he still is
pretty sure he gets his stuff from china anyway
but at least you can go have a look
Do you know what these fairings are like quality wise though? "Compared to the others on eBay"
 

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yeah check out that site.. there should be heaps of mc22 fairings on there for cheap! much much cheaper then ebay ones.

Or just hope theres some for sale in the BUY & SELL section! ive seen afew good fairing on here.

good luck.

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http://www.ozzymotorcyclefairings.com.au/
he used to be on this forum, not sure if he still is
pretty sure he gets his stuff from china anyway
but at least you can go have a look
 
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I've seen some of the ebay fairings first hand and they are pretty good for the money.

It's a shame you rashed up the original scheme as it's such a nice scheme and getting rare to find now days.
 
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http://shop.ebay.com.au/pjc6363/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=&_trksid=p4340

This guy is good, I have been to his house, he fits EVERYTHING he gets to a test mc22 that looks absolutely perfect, and he has never ridden, just so he can sell it with confidence that it will fit properly. Just out of brisbane, I got an unpainted set for $450 and they didn't even crack when i flipped my bike.... very strong....
 

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thanks for the replies guys, im getting my mechanic at whinners motorcycles to check it out on monday, any idea where i can get a second hand tank?
 

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roobars said:
http://shop.ebay.com.au/pjc6363/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=&_trksid=p4340

This guy is good, I have been to his house, he fits EVERYTHING he gets to a test mc22 that looks absolutely perfect, and he has never ridden, just so he can sell it with confidence that it will fit properly. Just out of brisbane, I got an unpainted set for $450 and they didn't even crack when i flipped my bike.... very strong....
His stuff looks good.

I quite like the Tri-Colour scheme
 

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is there anyway to get replacement OEM?
I'm sure that the Honda dealer can order them for you but they'd cost a considerable amount.

Another option would be to keep watching ebay and other sites and buy one OEM fairing panel at a time until you have the entire set. It'd take a bit longer for your since your fairing colour scheme is quite rare
 

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Just FYI - I bought fairings on ebay from China, put some heat proof mats on the insides just incase.... had to redrill some of the holes a few mm's but all in all extremely happy with my purchase.

They even painted to my design & got free bolts, decals, rim tape and tank protector.

All for $550 inc shipping.
 

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viper33 said:
http://www.ozzymotorcyclefairings.com.au/
he used to be on this forum, not sure if he still is
pretty sure he gets his stuff from china anyway
but at least you can go have a look
I just got fairings from here. awesome quality, painted with good layer of clearcoat over them, no need to drill holes and they fit nicely. Friend had some b-grade ones from ebay where the stickers didn't have clearcoat over them and they just peeled off...
 

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http://www.ozzymotorcyclefairings.com.au/

That site looks pretty good, I love the West paint scheme, pity it would cost a fortune to ship to Ireland !!!
 
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