I’ve smashed the front of my new bike up
Rather than go for the complete streetfighter, ( me being rather mechanically inept), I’ve realised that I can keep the undamaged headlight etc all as-is.
As I was 45 degrees when I hit the chav-car, the screen, screen brackets and sub-frame took the hit. The only parts that really need replacing are the left and right fairings, the front sub-frame bit that holds the lights, the upper cowling that hides the light and cables and the screen brackets and screen.
Sooooooooo… what I was thinking, is that I replace the front sub-frame and get the lights straightened out instead of pointing at 11 o’ clock, which leaves me £400 odd quid to design a new front fairing, incorporating a low-rise “front screen” but all in ebony black plastic. Imagine a stealth bomber… naked-but-not Versys.
Here’s the problem. I don’t know of anyone that’ll do a bespoke plastic molding. It would need to be a small firm I think. So, I’ll be phoning around over the next few weeks to see if there’s anybody out there.
Any streetfighter / project experts out there who have experience of this?
Also… (longshot) does anyone know a plastic molding firm that might be of use??
thanks for any help help you can offer