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These are the bike marques that define cafe racing. Put on a shirt dude.
CR-0700 is the part number you’re looking for if you want to fit some fiberglass to your 1986 – 2003 sporty. This seat pan fits to your frame very much like a Corbin gunfighter, pieces of which were a basis for the mold. This does not “fit like a glove” on the newer 2004 and up sportsters.
Back around 2001, before we saw a proper Thruxton, the new Bonneville came out, and we said…whoa…if we made a cowl for that, it would look like a sweet cafe racer. And it does. The part is CR-0600, and is fiberglass-only, you will have to figure out mounting on your own. But you’re handsome and resourceful, and we have faith in your abilities.
CR-0620 is the part for that modified smooth rear fender hangin’ out under the cowl. It gets rid of those convoluted stock fender indentions for that “baby butt” feel.
CR-0610 – An abbreviated shorty fender that really sets off the looks of your newer Bonnie.
The CR-0500 is the Ducati IMOLA fairing that just oozes that vintage 70s badness.
CR-0400 – This is that street tracker part you’ve been looking for. Made for the Yamaha XS650, it can fit a lot of different bikes…definitely a universal for your Flat Tracker.