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Old October 30th, 2012, 09:54 AM   #1
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Hi All,
Upgrading my track bike to a base 1199 and I'm looking for some feedback on which brand of track bodywork people are using/recommending. My first inclination is to go with Shark Skinz, but I'm open to any brand.

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Old October 30th, 2012, 10:26 AM   #2
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Hi All,
Upgrading my track bike to a base 1199 and I'm looking for some feedback on which brand of track bodywork people are using/recommending. My first inclination is to go with Shark Skinz, but I'm open to any brand.

Thanks!
welcome to the forum.
check the search function:

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and

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and further in the search you will find some more.

also planning to get some beginning next year.
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Old October 30th, 2012, 01:13 PM   #3
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I use these guys CRC Fairings - Specialists in Motorcycle Race Fairings, Fibreglass & Bodywork
Great fit pre drilled comeswith all fittings .
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Old October 30th, 2012, 01:38 PM   #4
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I ended up with Shark Skinz (dealer hook up), and they are great! Everything was predrilled and came with the Dzus fasteners and screws. The fit was perect rite out of the box. Very happy. I have seen the CRC stuff and it is also very good. So you can't go wrong with either one and Ducati Omaha had CRC in stock.
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Old October 30th, 2012, 02:35 PM   #5
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Luckily I never got to crash-test the Catalyst bodywork this year, but the fit was very nice and it's great quality stuff. So is SharkSkinz, I've had many sets of that over the years on various race bikes and it always fits and repairs well. Armour Bodies is good too, but they don't have a Panigale kit available yet.
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Old October 30th, 2012, 09:32 PM   #6
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Personally I'm holding out for the Armour Bodies set. I had a set on my S1000RR and they held up really well when the unfortunate happened.
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Thanks for the feedback guys! Pretty much confirms what I was thinking. Has anyone had any issues with the belly pans not fitting around the termi full system? There seems to be a few diffrent configurations out there (bodywork wise) and there's a note on the Shark Skinz web site about the belly pan option only working with the termi system, so I was just curious if that was the case with some of these other brands.

I really like the pre-cut foam pad seat option for use with the SBK tail that Armor Bodies has as opposed to the cut-it-yourself out of a 12"X12" pad that SS offers.

wilkson, sweet looking bike you have there!

jarelj, Just wanted to tell you I enjoyed reading the write-up you did on tracking your 1199. You made a lot of good points for guys like myself who are looking to put together a 1199 for the track.
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Hey Doug thanks .
I have the oil retention bellypan fitted with the full system it works well with no issues .
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Hey Doug thanks .
I have the oil retention bellypan fitted with the full system it works well with no issues .
Oh interesting, the fan shroud has to be removed to fit the belly pan? What track fairings are these?
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They are CRC engineering .
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