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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-10-2019, 06:05 PM Thread Starter
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DD Custom Cycle Fairing Relocator

While perusing the inner webs, I came across ddcustomcycles.com and the owner/builder has a block that pushes the fairing out 1.75" and 2" down. Doea anyone have one on their bike? How do you like it, do you feel it's worth the time/effort/price. Also, did you attach the hidden fairing bracket for support or leave it as is after install?
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-11-2019, 10:35 AM
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I have not installed this particular brand of fairing drop bracket but I have used the one from Native Custom Baggers. I will say, when paired with a fat tire kit and lowering springs, it does give the bike a more compact, aggressive look. Since the drop bracket requires the removal of the side supports, I’ve never installed a hidden bracket system with it because the mounts typically don’t reach the new, further out and lower position.

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I have not installed this particular brand of fairing drop bracket but I have used the one from Native Custom Baggers. I will say, when paired with a fat tire kit and lowering springs, it does give the bike a more compact, aggressive look. Since the drop bracket requires the removal of the side supports, Ive never installed a hidden bracket system with it because the mounts typically dont reach the new, further out and lower position.
Unless they have changed, Native uses DDs bracket.
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I have one on my still stock 2019 RGS and love the position of the fairing and the look. Great product.
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I have one on my still stock 2019 RGS and love the position of the fairing and the look. Great product.
How about a few pics, both close up and a side profile from 20' away.

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I love the D&D Custom Relocation Block. I think it puts the fairing where it should have been from the factory. I have it on two of my bikes and it is a super simple install. Also D&D has a great customer service.
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It'd be interesting to see it on a bike next to a stock fairing'd bike. It looks cool, but my passenger and I catch a lot of wind as it is. I don't want to feel like I have I have no fairing, I also don't want s 15" windscreen.
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