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Old 04-15-2018, 08:41 PM   #1
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Default NRC HD cover fitment...........

Hey Guys,

I did a pretty intensive search, and cound't find my answer.

I recently ordered a pair of NRC covers for my 2004 Katana 750, and unfortunately because of our Canadian weather won't be putting them on until it warms up - Another month or so.

I am just curious if anyone has a set of them on their kat?, and curious how they fit around the OEM body work. Want to know if they fit without massaging the fairings because of their extra girth.

I've heard they fit under the Pre-98 fairings just fine, but haven't seen any pictures of them on 98+ fairings.

Thanks for your help
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I had an NRC cover(right side) on my 03 with no issues. They are only thicker where they would ground down if sliding down the road, which is why I had to replace mine lol.
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I had an NRC cover(right side) on my 03 with no issues. They are only thicker where they would ground down if sliding down the road, which is why I had to replace mine lol.
Ok, that's great.................I don't really want to modify the OEM fairings, and I like to keep things as OEM and sleeper as possible.

Just want a little more beef on those covers, and being Canadian I can support a Canadian company in the meantime, while getting a top quality product.

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