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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-06-2014, 01:14 PM Thread Starter
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Inner fairing trim

Ill be painting my bike soon and want to replace the factory trim with something else. Ive heard door trim works well. Does anyone know any specific applications that work well? Thanks in advance. NORM

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I put the X-trim on my bike, I believe it is the same trim that caould be picked up at most auto stores.

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+1 X Trim. Used it on Hester. Easy to apply and it holds up to multiple fairing removal/installs.

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I tried the X-Trim but didn't much care for it.
I removed it and picked up an inexpensive roll, from Auto Zone, based on what I read on Our Forum, and was very pleased with it.
Much less expensive then X-Trim and in my opinion, works better.
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This will fix you up for $4

This has two 27" pieces which mean you have to trim a little bit off each piece to fit the fairing. No need to buy a 25 foot roll of the stuff.

Mine has lasted nicely.

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