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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old Jan 22nd, 2010, 6:44 pm Thread Starter
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Anyone had experience with the manufacturer or design? Looks great and you don't see it much. Two things that matter to me. Any feedback will be greatly appreciated!
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All I see is a really small box with OBJ in the center.

'06 K1200R- in pieces
'73 Honda CB500F- slow but fun.
'77 Yamaha XS 750 triple- kinda
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Yeah, nice looking pan. I was seriously looking into getting one.

I emailed them and asked if the price was right.

I found that it's cheaper if you order direct from the manufacturer. They take paypal as well.

http://www.hesa-motorsport.com/shop/...hp?language=en

or here

http://shop.pack-parts.net/product_i...c2883fff4abc0a

If you have a capitol one credit card, they do not charge ANY currency exchange fees. Otherwise, other cards can charge between 2-3% on top of the price of the pan.

I have not heard anything bad about it. Everyplace I searched seemed to have very good things to say about it.

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same pan, different paint job.

'06 K1200R- in pieces
'73 Honda CB500F- slow but fun.
'77 Yamaha XS 750 triple- kinda
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does anyone know where to find the stainless steel belly pan for the k1200r?
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The cheese grater one?

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The cheese grater one?
yes indeed! looks better nice from the one picture I saw. Links?
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It's a Wunderlich product...







Pics courtesy of...
http://www.k-bikes.com/forums/showpo...55&postcount=3

Link to the US distributor
http://www.wunderlichamerica.com/mm5..._Code=K1200R-O

BTW, the bike above comes with a second skid plate extender. I think it's only for use without center stand and costs extra $$.

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thank you!

I have sent this link to my wife as a anniversary reminder

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