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All-New Carbon Fiber Front and Rear Fenders by Hotbodies Racing for GSX-R1000 | 750 | 600

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Since 2001, the Hotbodies Racing company has been producing high-quality motorcycle parts and accessories available at a reasonable price. The brand’s founder, Roger Davis, is a motorcycle enthusiast who wanted to use new technologies and advance materials to create products for sportbikes at the fraction of the price charged by other aftermarket companies. Thanks to a very smart marketing strategy, Hotbodies Racing tackled the Internet reaching directly to potential customers.

Take a look at a new line of carbon-fiber fenders by Hotbodies Racing. Carbon fiber is a very popular material among racers and modification enthusiasts. It is very strong but lightweight allowing for cutting the weight, adding strength, and also giving the bike a new, more aggressive look. All parts are pre-drilled, so the installation process will be quick and easy.

Hotbodies Racing® 61701-1500 - Front Carbon Fiber Fender

Suzuki GSX-R1000 2017-2019

Hotbodies Racing® 60901-1500 - Front Carbon Fiber Fender

Suzuki GSX-R1000 2009-2016
Suzuki GSX-R 600/750 2011-2020

Hotbodies Racing® 61502-1500 - Front Carbon Fiber Fender

Suzuki GSX-S1000 2015-2020

Hotbodies Racing® 61101-1501 - Rear Carbon Fiber Fender

Suzuki GSX-R 600/750 2011-2020

“Factory” grade carbon parts with a 2-year no-fade guarantee
Pre-Preg, vacuum bagged, autoclave manufacturing process
Pre-drilled for easy installation
High-gloss finish that is free of bubbles and pits
Very lightweight and strong construction

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