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WTB: SP2 rear hugger, misc plastic

I've been looking for an sp2 hugger preferrably with chain guard. All I can find is the Tyga carbon fiber and I don't want to go that route.
Also looking for the black plastic piece that attaches to the bottom of the nose fairing. Not the one by itself that hangs by the 2 bolts.
Thanks everyone. Appreciate the help.
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I've been looking for an sp2 hugger preferrably with chain guard. All I can find is the Tyga carbon fiber and I don't want to go that route.
Also looking for the black plastic piece that attaches to the bottom of the nose fairing. Not the one by itself that hangs by the 2 bolts.
Thanks everyone. Appreciate the help.
I don't think I've ever seen one with a chain guard for SP2? I may be wrong did you try Magical Raving? You may get sticker shock though...



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Harris has a CF hugger with chain guard. Hugger extends just down below the swingarm to protect the suspension linkage too. Not sure if they still make it though. I've got one on my RC and iz nize!
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I don't think I've ever seen one with a chain guard for SP2? I may be wrong did you try Magical Raving? You may get sticker shock though...
yea i remember seeing one on ebay and i forgot to bid on it.. lol
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Harris has a CF hugger with chain guard. Hugger extends just down below the swingarm to protect the suspension linkage too. Not sure if they still make it though. I've got one on my RC and iz nize!
sooo, lets talk about you selling that to me right away! lol =P
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I don't think I've ever seen one with a chain guard for SP2? I may be wrong did you try Magical Raving? You may get sticker shock though...
The TYGA rear huggar lets you kep the stock chain guard.
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sooo, lets talk about you selling that to me right away! lol =P
Tell you what, I'll sell it for $4,500. Comes with a free RC51!! Haha, seriously though, I'm getting ready to put the RC up for sale soon.
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Tell you what, I'll sell it for $4,500. Comes with a free RC51!! Haha, seriously though, I'm getting ready to put the RC up for sale soon.
ahh, if only i didnt rack up bills for me to waste my tax money on, i would def. love to pick up another RC. build one, look at one. haha.. if you happen to part it out, i wanna buy some parts.. starting with that hugger! haha
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The TYGA rear huggar lets you kep the stock chain guard.
thx wikki, but i dont wanna throw CF on my bike.. and it would be a waste to paint over it..
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Try ebay for a puig hugger. That's what I have, it's a totally different look than tyga and I really like it much better.
I think I have the upper-inner front plastic you're looking for. Only problem is, it's in two pieces. It's a very repairable break, with the right adhesive. That's why I didn't toss it out, I know it would be a good temporary freebie for someone.
If you're interested, let me know, I'll get a couple pics.
It's free + $10 for shipping.
Or just pick it up when we ride Barryessa.

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Tell you what, I'll sell it for $4,500. Comes with a free RC51!! Haha, seriously though, I'm getting ready to put the RC up for sale soon.
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ahh, if only i didnt rack up bills for me to waste my tax money on, i would def. love to pick up another RC. build one, look at one. haha.. if you happen to part it out, i wanna buy some parts.. starting with that hugger! haha
I think there was a subtle hint of maybe a slight part out?...



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