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Old 11-29-2012, 04:22 PM
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Well, talked to Brian and Allen at sidecar cycles. Real cool dudes. Professional, listened to my needs and reviewed photos of my set up.
Ordered the splash cover from them for my Alpine head unit.
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Old 11-29-2012, 05:52 PM
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Pretty sure that fairing that h-donut posted, is an audiowerks custom cycles inner fairing.


They do an exchange for your stock.. $600 for the double din, and $600 core charge. They look great IMO.
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audiowerks custom cycles inner fairing.

$600 for the double din, and $600 core charge.

thanks for pointing that out, met those guys in june and talked with them some about wet sound amps and such, nice piece
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They do good work. I like that they use an existing H-D inner fairing to work from. That way you have all the right holes, glove boxes, and mounts. Most times when people mold off and reproduce in fiberglass things don't come out right.
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What's this 3/8" mod that was mentioned. Sidecar mentioned it in email. No directions in box the cover came in. Any help would be great...thanks
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That block is only used as a template. Line up the template w/the large holes on the side of your hawg wired radio cradle. Drill through the smaller holes through the cradle. Do the same to the other side. I knocked off the nuts affixed to the original holes since they were in the way of me utilizing the new holes I drilled. Using the new holes will the radio to sit back & allow room for the splash guard to fit. It's a tight fit.

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Thanks. Think I got it. Will mess with it next time fairing is off.
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