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Thread: Hotbodies fot Ninja 250 and Ducati 848 - Forcefield back/chest protector

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    Default Hotbodies fot Ninja 250 and Ducati 848 - Forcefield back/chest protector

    I sold both bikes but neither owner wanted/needed track stuff so im looking to sell both hotbodies fairings. Neither have been down, the Ducati is the superbike style with the seat pan and rear as 1 piece. The Ninja 250 one looks a little beat up because i used plasti-dip so some spots where my feet or suit would rub it has worn off.

    Ninja 250 is the black set, Ducati is the white set. I would like 300 for either set. Both comes with DUZ fasteners for the belly pan and both come with windshields.

    The forcefield chest/back protector is about 3 or 4 years old, its either a L or XL (im 6ft about 185) and also hasnt been down. I didnt wear the chest part when i was riding, only the back typically. Ive done about 10-12 track days since i got it all. I bought a helite airbag vest which is the only reason im selling this. Looking at 150

    I can meet halfway in the CT NY MA or RI area.
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    250 for either set of fairings and 100 for the vest/chest protector takes it.

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    Can you confirm the size on the bp?
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    Joe, mine is the same size if you want to try it on. It adjusts like 4 1/2 million ways.

    I love mine. At $100 that’s a steal.
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    Matt 9/19/10

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    Thats what i was thinking, i knew you had nothing but good to say about yours. plus i want something more substantial under my onesie. for commuting.
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    Its wierd, its a forcefield flight back/chest protector, it says stone shield small but for chest it give 75-85 and waist 40-45.

    Your more than welcome to try it out whenever, i live in Avon and work in west hartford

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    Since I like you guys, and I really just wanted these out of my garage so I can buy tires and a track day, I'll do 200 for either hotbody kit

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    I think i sold it to him this week. A guy joined the 250 forum and said he posted on wera too. Either way, thanks Matt. 250 body is sold, still have the back/chest protector and the 848/1098 plastics.

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    sold the tail piece for the ducati so if anyone wants the upper and lower pieces for the front fairings ill sell them for 100. still have the back/chest protector as well.

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