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OK Here is the Fairing After a few Cuts its going super well and really wont need much in my opinion notice how nice the front looks and I had to completely remove the stereo opening and I cut at a angle to match the speedo. I had originally planned on moving the speedo but it simply don't seem necessary. I guess I will now box in and Make a semi tunnel for the speedo where the Stereo used to be. I also need to do some work and custom cut some mounting plates but I am using Victory Lock and Ride fork Mounts to Attach it
 

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A Broadwalk with fairing, and a HD one,
Glorious keep the progress pictures coming....

Andre
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The Fairing is completed and mounted I am pretty proud of it the Headlight gap looks bad until I rode at night and realized I had lowered the headlight for the fairing install lol I simply aligned it a but and its even better VIDEO HERE -
 

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Well, at least all the Harley guys will give you a wave when you go by...LOL
 

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Well, at least all the Harley guys will give you a wave when you go by...LOL
Really not concerned about who waves but I did park close to a Cross Country at J&P Cycles at destination Daytona and my Bike looked like its little brother - Honestly if Victory would have opened accessory development to third parties on a percentage basis they surely would have sold more bikes. I got a great deal on my Boardwalk and Trust me you're looking at a lot of work to make it a both practical and functional accessory and I am damn proud :devil Selling cruisers with no after market accessories for personalization is like selling hamburgers without ketchup or mustard to put on them Frikkin Stupid IMHO
 

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Now that you are all set up, the Loop is calling you to ride it!
 

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Yep the Loop is a great ride
 

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Yep the Loop is a great ride
I love it.....after my near death experience on New Years Eve morning, I don't know if I'll ever ride it again. This was my second accident and this one makes the other accident feel like a picnic. My poor girl is destroyed and I'm pretty busted up myself. BTW...do the folks at Volusia Powersports treat you good? I got a tire changed there during Biketoberfest and they were fast and reasonable!
 

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I get all my tires from Cycle Goodies in Holly Hill the guy has been around forever and has great prices - I am sorry to hear ya had a bad spill and wish ya speedy recovery
 

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I get all my tires from Cycle Goodies in Holly Hill the guy has been around forever and has great prices - I am sorry to hear ya had a bad spill and wish ya speedy recovery
I think I have heard of it.

Thanks.....I am messed up pretty badly. If you want to see pics, look for the thread on here called Serious Accident. My bike was destroyed and my legs were in bad shape too

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