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Discussion in 'Norton Motorcycles (Modern)' started by Voodooo, Jul 28, 2019.

  1. Voodooo

    Voodooo VIP MEMBER

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    009BD50E-A0AF-4D2D-83E5-86409C5FDCA5.jpeg 86067421-22D1-4FD4-BAFD-5101F4E43510.jpeg Im debating whether or not to add a fairing to my Domi Naked.
    Opinions please?

    Of course it would be matching matte carbon finish.
     
  2. Fast Eddie

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    You mean the one available from the factory as in the first pic?

    I say yes, IMHO it tidies up the front. The headlight and clocks look too big, and too spaced out without to my eye.

    Matt CF would look great.
     
  3. Voodooo

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    Yep factory piece only.
     
  4. MxMartin

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    My headlight is chrome so I removed my cowl, seemed a shame to hide the shiny bits with a plate sized lump of carbon who's only purpose seems to be as a 'visual' rev counter as it vibrates away! Imho I prefer the naked look, reminds me of mine and my mates bikes of the 70's
     
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  5. speirmoor

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    You’ll need the bracket too for attachment . I had mine off to do the tach swap and realized the bracket is specific to the bikes with the fairing
     
  6. TonyA

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    I say go for it . Can always take it off .
     
  7. bpjthornton

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    Yep, the fairing looks good, I like it.
     
  8. BikerBore

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    Prefer with fairing.
     
  9. Stephen_Spencer

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    Fairing all the way
     
  10. Deano

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    My 961 Sport had the factory optional fly screen fitted but I took it off as I prefer the look without it. All personal taste of course. Keep your eyes peeled for it on flea bay anytime soon...
     
  11. BritTwit

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    What type of fairing is the "factory" faring?
    Bikini faring, half faring, full fairing.....
    I think a bikini fairing would look neat on the Dominator.

    I always thought a Guzzi Le Mans bikini faring would look great on my CR.
    But fitting one is more effort than I want to deal with at this point in my life.

    Good luck with your plans.
     
  12. Fast Eddie

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    Pic #1 in post #1.
     
  13. BritTwit

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    Oh, I see.
    That's really a dart screen though, isn't it?
     
  14. Voodooo

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    Here’s my SF with factory carbon fairing.
    And my Naked without fairing.
     
  15. Britfan60

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    The fairing looks great on the Dommie. The reservoirs take away from the bike. Hide them with the fairing. Also, keeps your dials and connections cleaner. Nice.
     
  16. speirmoor

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  17. Voodooo

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  18. speirmoor

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    The used one is one continuous curve the other one has a wavy curve
     
  19. MxMartin

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    The 'used' one is similar to what was fitted to the 2018 anniversary CR's which had the dommi front end. There is one of the 'new' ones up on ebay UK right now, ends in 15hrs, seller lists as post to UK only but you could always ask him/her.
     
  20. MxMartin

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    It is a continuous curve over the clocks but has a wave/curve at each side.
     

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