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Hey guyz writting a review on my auctmarts fairings on my Drag GSXR 1000 2007 k7

its been 3/4 of my drag seasson auctmarts fairings are holding up like OEM

Had no issues EVER!
Its a tad lighter than OEM
Fittment: 10/10
Paint: 8,5/10 (used a matte finish to avoid any clear coat chippings)
Shipping: 7/10
I had to get a fuel tank repainted to mach the colour

Overall had a great experience with this shop!
The manager King Man Wong is an amazing guy! Very cooperative!!!

You might need some patience with the shipping time that is around 1.5 months but I believe its worth the time/price!

I personally after half my drag season repainted and repolished / reprepped my fairings kit and it looks and feels EXACTLY like the OEM! Colour of choise was Guards Red from Black/Grey matte that was the Auctmarts colour.

Have already bought a kit for a friends k5 k6 was of the same quality. Needed some minnor trimming but overall it was a 9/10 kit

My personal opinion is that its a Win-Win to get Auctmarts ratting it with 9/10. You might get a bit frustrated with the shipping time but the end result will be worth it !
 

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I like abs fairings better
 

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Well , since I personally preped and removed the old paint I found out that their fairings (most of the parts) are polypropylenen / abs

Was a bit surprised!
U putting them on that scooter!?!

:needpics:
 

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I dunno man, you gotta admit when the ONLY thing you consistently post about is Auctmarts, we're gonna call it what it is...........SUSPECT!!
 

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I dunno man, you gotta admit when the ONLY thing you consistently post about is Auctmarts, we're gonna call it what it is...........SUSPECT!!
Anything Auctmarts is suspect these days ... it's kinda annoying
 

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I'm pretty sure he made the same thread right after he joined and the mods deleted it because it was during the wave of auctmarts 5 star bullshit reviews.
 

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There were a lot of threads deleted bc of these fairing reviews

It's annoying but funny. It makes me not want to order from them that much more tho
 

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No reply from Mr. Brocks. Shocker.
people need to work so they can buy food and pay the bills.
Plus the misses can be a pain. Im not online 24//7 nor am I checking the forums every hour. There are more intresting things to do with my life ofc.
 

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Look back at my threads i have dealt with thm in tha past great experience. Even when i ordered the second time. So if there was someone out there sanbagging u know they get no luv. But i stand by there fitment and quality. Keep in mind no one is perfect.

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after reading so many bad reviews of auctmarts fairings and their customer service im glad i didnt order from them. im surprised they are still in business and on different forums
 

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damn makes me second guess getting them.
I bought a full set of fairings from a Chinese maker (not AM) - price was right but fit was not. Took me an extra 8 hours to solve that puzzle - and I had to keep the *above front wheel interior panel* off the old set, because the new one was such garbage plastic, one of the corner tabs broke off as I tried to coax it into alignment with the rest of them. Spent another $60 on fasteners from partzilla as the panels were quirky and required specialty parts to make them work.

For under $800, EXPECT to have install be a pain in the ass, as nothing lines up quite right. It's like a copy of a copy, errors creep in to each piece's fit. I'm not looking forward to the next time my shop has to remove any of the plastics to get to the components beneath, I'm afraid they will break parts in the attempt. When I had to twist some panels as far as 2 inches to get fasteners in, I knew it was going to be trouble down the road.
 
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