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Bike 1:

white 2010 Honda Goldwing

Bike 2:

red 1975 Honda Goldwing GL1000

Bike 3:

white 2010 Suzuki Hayabusa

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Elegant addition

This is an elegant addition to the pretty bland looking GL1800. It is a solid piece and is not too much "in your face" but it still makes a statement.
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Fairing Air Intake Accent Set for GL1800
ITEM CODE: BB52620,   SKU: BB52620



For that bland whole that Honda left in the upper fairing, this item is a necessity. It's not just bling. You need this part to make up for the shortcomings of the bike designer.
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Battery Side Trim
ITEM CODE: BB52630,   SKU: BB52630


Better than the Original

This item really adds to the looks of the bike. Fitting takes about 5 minutes, it is a perfect fit and then THE LOOK!
Only question: Why didn't Honda think of this?
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Chrome Fairing Plugs for GL1500
ITEM CODE: AO6428696MT2,   SKU: AO6428696MT2


So so

These covers fit well but I broke the tabs off when I pressed them on. I put some double sided tape inside to keep them in place.
Now they look good and I know they will stay where they belong.
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Chrome Free Spirit Master Cylinder Covers
ITEM CODE: BB2447,   SKU: BB2447


Perfect Fit

These beauties fit as well as the original black covers. They really improve the look and give you something to smile about.
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Black Anodized Sidestand Pad
ITEM CODE: RIGL18013,   SKU: RIGL18013


Wrong Shape

After filing and grinding for 30 minutes I finally slipped the pad on BUT if it sits on all the way it does hit the fairing severely! No Good. It is just too wide at the base. I had to pull it back outwards to keep it away from the bodywork. Now it looks just awful!
I will grind the pad to reshape it as far as possible and hope it will fit then without bashing the bodywork. If not I throw it away. My verdict: Good Idea, Bad Design
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