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NEW BIKE....well old bike new project


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So I kinda went out and bought myself a bigger bike last night .....


IT's an XJS600S Diversion 1992 plate, got 49k miles and needs [strikeout]some[/strikeout] ok A LOT of cosmetic work doing to it.


I do have one question though, how easy would it be to fit a full fairing to it as i have only seen them with front and bottom fairings.

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Did they do them with a full fairing? If not, you might be able to pick up something that will fit with a bit of tinkering (maybe a lot of tinkering).


You'd have to give it a good name once you were done though to reflect the mix and match thing.

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Nice one mate....... 8-)

Some bikes had a lower fairing option available.......but as the bike is quite old you may be lucky to find one on eBay or the like.......doubt you'll get a new one, unless someone has a NOS one kicking about...... :wink:

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  • 2 weeks later...

I'm thinking about riding it for a while then ghetting a bike I really want..... the Teapot! I love them :oops: well the xj is getting cleaned up and maybe a respray and that's about all she needs, then she should be good for selling or part ex'ing, at least the teapot should be a bit lighter than the divvie

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