I'm actually going to be cutting out 3 "windows" per cover, and the rivets (or other fasteners) would be aesthetic as much as anything else. When I originally cut out the stck covers and put screens in them, I did use epoxy and it worked fine.
Yes, I'm wearing a 3M 8500 mask! I was going to go w/ some kind of fastener, but I was afraid of riveting for fear of cracking the CF...
Thanks for the kind words by the way; after all, your bike was the inspiration! (And there's about 100 versions of that photo of your bike on my hard drive...still figuring out paint/logo/frame color/wheel color stuff!)
<TABLE WIDTH="90%" CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=0 ALIGN=CENTER><TR><TD>Quote, originally posted by Joe B »</TD></TR><TR><TD CLASS="quote">Anyone know somewhere to buy these in the ventilated (screened) version for 2-valve motors? ECS Ducati has them on their website, but of course, none in stock.
Not CF, but RCM makes some ventilated / slotted cam belt covers for the 2V motors; I solicited Martin @ Motowheels about them and he said he'd look into it, but haven't heard since - then again, he did say it may take 6 or more weeks to begin getting them in stock. Martin any comment?
Well, he already has molds for the cam belt covers that he made a while ago. They just need to be finished up, and clips need to be fabricated for the inside of the covers. Making a new rear fender for the SS vs. finishing the cam belt covers is like 100 hours of work vs. 10 hours of work.
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