Maier plastics

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  1. OR Racer46

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    Has anyone used these plastics ? I am looking to get new plastics . I know years ago they were pretty big name for 3 wheelers
     
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    Just want to make it look nice again . I am going to do a complete rebuild and do not want to put old ratty plastic back on .
     
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    I like my Maier plastics. They are thicker to and are durable.
     
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    Very nice looking quad. that front hood. is it a nice fit and sit nicely on the race front fender? I have just ordered a full set of Maier plastics for my bike and just seen your photo and like the look of the hood. What modifications had to be done to make it fit?

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    Just drilled the 4 holes and it sat pretty flush. not perfect but nothing is...

    I cut my maier piece and bent it up so the vents were actually open. idk if it actually improved anything but i did it
     
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    Thanks Herpderplol. You got any other photos of it?
     
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    Yeh my build thread is somewhere i think
     
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    Sweet. Thanks dude. Will have a look over it now. Is sooo hot and needing something relaxing to do as I drink a beer.
     
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    Really cool and more satisfying when you don't just buy something! I did a similar one with a Maier one piece race front and carbon (450r) hood...and not just aesthetic!
     

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    Do you have to cut / trim the MFG race fender at all to make the hood fit? No trimming at the front of fender? Apart from cutting a hole for the air flow from scoop in hood.
     
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    I cut out as mush as i could. All i need is a allen wrench and to remove 4 bolts and i can get to my ignition coil and electronics under my hood.

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    Thanks dude. LOL blaster eating foot. nom nom.

    Will a 450r hood fit without cutting the MFG fender? or would the hood set to low or high?
     
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    I originally had no holes cut and i fit fine, but i decided to cut 2 little hole to let air in, then i decided to just cut it all out to make it easy to get to the stuff under the hood.
    Its hard to just spend all the $$$$ on fenders then start cutting them up! Mount the hood to the fender then decide.
     
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    Stop making my buy parts lol. Just ordered a hood. :)
     
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    What a arms are they??




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    ASR A arms +3+1 normal ones, not long travel would be my guess. :)
     
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    Because I'm running the long travel versions. :)

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    You not interested in selling them are you?
    Lol can you send me more pics of that bike? I'd like to see the stance of it. Are you also running long travel swingarm from asr?


     

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