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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-10-2011, 01:13 PM Thread Starter
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Looking at getting a rear hugger but all i can find is Tyga carbon fiber. Is there any more out there?
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What do you have, SP1 or SP2?
Ben at RC51parts.com has an Ermax SP1 hugger.
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Sorry about that I have a SP2.
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Here Ya Go!!!

This is the nicest one out there in my opinion. Fits like a glove and covers the tire to help keep the rear end cleaner. Quality is 1st class. Hoov

http://www.moto-works.jp/bikes/vtr1000_sp1_sp2.html

Satos, CF Sir box & snorkel,Mr front and rear fender & dash cover, custom carbon V cowl, Black ASV levers, Power com III, Hot Bodies tail, Galfer lines, Vortex Clip ons.
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I have the Magical racing SP2 hugger, and its pretty nice. Well worth it, but I did have to rig my own brake line holder. I had access to a laser cutter at the time, so I made a nice skeletonized stainless bracket.
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