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Re:Reckless Or Not To Reckless?
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Re:Reckless Or Not To Reckless? 10 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
I found them on fleabay, they are a phase7 clone. I had to take a die grinder to the headlamp, cutting at the mounting lands to make it fit into the mounting ring. Not plug n play by any means... They look good and I will let you know what kind of light they project after a night ride.
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Re:Reckless Or Not To Reckless? 10 Months, 3 Weeks ago  
So far I am pleased with how My bike turned out, it looks good and is stable at above superslab speeds. We have strong winds here and testing was impressive, with airspeeds in the high 120's The Reckless faring was bolt on except for moving the cables behind the forks and The curt lowers won't fit with the adjustable lowers that came with the faring, I'll find a way. LOL The faring fit the same with stock or 4" risers, and with a bit of trimming and some doors it should be finished. I'm going to move on to the rear suspension for now and play with the barons dogbone. So I'll be coming back to the faring soon ..
 
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Re:Reckless Or Not To Reckless? 10 Months, 1 Week ago  
Where did you get your beer box and passenger backrest from ?
 
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Re:Reckless Or Not To Reckless? 10 Months, 1 Week ago  
Do you have anymore pics of your fairing and how about your passenger seat love the beer box..
 
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