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Old 10-12-2016, 10:27 PM
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I am looking at the Kyosho Hor, but I don't particularly care for the 80's styled motorcycles at all and want different fairings. So far though my searches haven't tunred up a single third party fairing manufacturer. Does anybody have any leads? I am just looking for generic fairings that will fit this bike to make it look like a bike you would see today.
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Old 10-19-2016, 04:37 AM
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I've never had a HOR, but I've seen plenty of photos and know they aren't made quite like the more "normal" 1/8 & 1/5 scale bikes. You can get 1/8 scale lexan fairings for the Venom and ZH bikes, but I'm not sure what type of work you'd need to do to get one to work on a HOR.

Twowheelhobbies.com just announced that they'll have a new Dean Tech (sp) 1/8 bike in soon...

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Aftermarket fairings, windscreens, and sport shields are widely available. Do a search for your bikes make and model plus “fairings” and you'll get lots of returns, from companies such as National Cycle, J&P Cycles, and so on. Or, buy any cruiser or motorcycle magazine and check the ads in the rear section.
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Old 03-19-2020, 08:56 PM
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Originally Posted by lynn7525 View Post
Aftermarket fairings, windscreens, and sport shields are widely available. Do a search for your bikes make and model plus “fairings” and you'll get lots of returns, from companies such as National Cycle, J&P Cycles, and so on. Or, buy any cruiser or motorcycle magazine and check the ads in the rear section.
Your talking about real motorcycles and the OP is talking about R/C motorcycles.
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