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How about a list of cover manufactures.
And tell us which have held up for you.
I searched and haven't found anything really.
Thought this might be helpful for others as well anyways.
List any you know of...

WoodCraft

NRC

Factory

Personally, I think Woodcraft are probably the best, but what do you think?
 

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I've used all three, crashed on all three, all three didn't break.

What more do you need to know?
 

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if you have an R6 03-04 do not get the vortex
unless you want to do some mods to put em on
 

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the very best are the www.factorypro.com they have built in sliders which stick out and are the best.. did i mention the best.. next in line would be the woodcraft which also have sliders, but not big delrin made ones.. then you have vortex, nrc, circuit one, and some others..
 

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My bike has the stock cover on the left side
Mine does too.


I JUST received one from WoodCraft, its an early production unit.
 

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I have the WoodCraft one with the Stainless Steel slider on order.

Just thought that this thread might give some others some insight on where and who makes aftermarket covers.

Also, any of you guys that are at the track all the time, might know what are the regulations on Ducati's and covers?

Do they need any or all? I have a 748 that I have been putting together for the track and need to find out yet about engine covers for that thing. Alot of the manufacturers don't even make Ducati covers... ???
 

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I have woodcraft this year and crashed on NRC for the past two years with no issues.

I am going to listen to BMF and try the factory ones next year.
 

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if i had the factories on this bike i wouldnt have burned a hole through my belly pan when the bike slid down the track.
rain tires and some common sense would have prevented that as well.
 
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