Black Anodized Belly Pan for GL1800, F6B

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Black Anodized Belly Pan for GL1800, F6B
Your Price
$69.95
Item #:
BB52817BK
69.95

Big Bike Parts popular GL1800 & Honda Goldwing F6B Belly Pan is now available in Black Anodized aluminum for the perfect F6B match. This Belly Pan streamlines the undercarriage providing smoother air flow and less wind drag and buffeting at highway speeds. It also protects softer undercarriage parts like your coolant tank. A custom engineered perforation pattern is incorporated to increase ventilation for better airflow. Made from aircraft quality aluminum and designed in 2 pieces for easier oil filter access. Edges are softened to minimize sharp edges. Made in the USA.

15 Member Reviews

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12/7/2018
Big John
Monterey, CA
30_stars
Easy to install BUT......

Went on easy, There is a bit of flex needed but not to hard to do. My concern is it scraps easy on hard fast turn. So it will need to come off soon. Soft aluminum corners will be gone fast.

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11/24/2018
Wingnut
Newport, AR
50_stars
Black Anodized Belly Pan

Easy Install on my 2013 F6BD. Only took about 20 minutes. It has done it's job bottomed out a few times it has scratches and dents but my Engine is all Good! I would definitely recommend.

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11/24/2018
Wingnut
Newport, AR
50_stars
Black Anodized Belly Pan

Easy Install on my 2013 F6BD. Only took about 20 minutes. It has done it's job bottomed out a few times it has scratches and dents but my Engine is all Good! I would definitely recommend.

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7/1/2017
Tim
Cape Coral, FL
30_stars
Easy to install

We have two F6B's. Mine has the wingstuff brand belly pan. I just purchased the Show Chrome one for my wife's bike. Easy to install but not the front section is not nearly as easy to access and reinstall when changing oil. The Wingstuff brand has two twist screws that turn about a quarter of an inch to release the front section when changing oil. Very easy. The show chrome on the other hand, has two Allen head screws that release the front section. This makes it more difficult when replacing after an oil change. You have to line up the holes perfectly to screw back in and then use an Allen wrench while lying upside down. One belly pan is easier to install and the other is easier to use. Something to consider when buying.

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3/4/2017
Edgar
Fort Wayne, IN
50_stars
BEST IDEA EVER

MUST HAVE ITEM IT PROTECTS THE ATIFREEZE OVERFLOW AND THE BOTTOM OF THE ENGINE .IF YOU RIDE LIKE i DO YOU REALLY NEED THIS ITEM THE BOTTOM OF MY ENGINE STILL LOOKS LIKE NEW

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  • F6B 2013-2017
  • GL1800 2001-2017
  • GL1800 Trike 2001-2017