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Reckless or Tsukayu fairings
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Reckless or Tsukayu fairings 10 Months, 1 Week ago  
Wanting to hear some feed back about these fairings thanks
 
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Re:Reckless or Tsukayu fairings 10 Months, 1 Week ago  
I added 4' risers so I re-routed the cables behind the fork, other than that it was bolt on.




 
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Re:Reckless or Tsukayu fairings 10 Months, 1 Week ago  
ezlivin11 wrote:
I added 4' risers so I re-routed the cables behind the fork, other than that it was bolt on.




Which one do you have?
 
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Re:Reckless or Tsukayu fairings 10 Months, 1 Week ago  
I had a reckless on my last road king. It seemed like a very well made fairing, No shakes or rattles, and at $300 new (on Ebay) I couldn't see paying for a different brand. It seems like many people on here or running the Reckless on their Road Star. I don't really know anyone that has a Tsukayu fairing so I can't really say anything about them other than they look like nice fairings and get good reviews too. When I looked at them they were about 2-3 times the price of the Reckless (reckless is made in Tnn. too)
 
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Re:Reckless or Tsukayu fairings 10 Months, 1 Week ago  
My Bad, Reckless
 
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Re:Reckless or Tsukayu fairings 10 Months, 1 Week ago  
I just went to the Tsukaya web site and they now have 6 fairings available for the Road star. When I was looking I think they only had one. I like the new plain fairing with no radio hook up $429, and the one double box that uses bluetooth but has no radio for $599
 
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