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post #1 of 7 Old 08-13-2009, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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Lower fairings for a 650

does anyone know if they still produce the lower fairings for the V strom..The posts I have searched are from 2007 and the links don't seem to go anywhere. Anyone have them one their bike and if so what are your thoughts on them

I don't off road my Vstrom and was looking for something to complete the front pf the bike

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post #2 of 7 Old 08-13-2009, 02:17 PM
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There is this company I found in France, they have distributors in America. Just ask them for some info they are very helpful.
http://www.jmvconcept.fr//8d31f222-1...15832cf715.res

http://www.jmvconcept.fr/2e07e4a2-2c...2c9248444.vdom

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Superbike Super Store, has a chin peice, availablehttp://www.superbikestore.com/suzuki_dl650.htm

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Thanks for the updates guys, I am looking for the full lower fairings and not just the chin piece

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I built homemade lowers that mount to my engine guards. There's a thread about it here somewhere, I can find it if you are interested.

I know, not the same as the factory stuff...

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post #6 of 7 Old 08-14-2009, 11:52 AM
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JMV in France makes them, the only guy that i know of that can import it in North America is located not far from here in Montreal. I just ordered mine and should receive it in 2 of weeks (4-5 weeks delivery) and it comes painted to the color of your bike. I also ordered the Rear wheel Hugger which is aqlso painted to the color of the bike.
Thru Paypal, he takes 30% down on order and the balance when the part ships from France.

Here is his email adress: [email protected]

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I built homemade lowers that mount to my engine guards. There's a thread about it here somewhere, I can find it if you are interested.

I know, not the same as the factory stuff...
I would be interested what did. Has anyone ever had a lap robe?
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