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Fantastic service from Adi at Carbonadi.de, I think they look great!

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Looking good .
What did they cosy if you don't mind me asking . :D
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Hi Matt,

They were €109 for the two including glue and postage from Germany, took just over a week :)
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I want some lol .
Do you have their contact details .
Loving the high level pipes .
I'm stuck considering this change aswel .but the carbon bits are a definitive decision. I was only looking online late last night for the very same thing :)
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http://carbonadi.de or ebay
monkeymatt wrote:I want some lol .
Do you have their contact details .
Loving the high level pipes .
I'm stuck considering this change aswel .but the carbon bits are a definitive decision. I was only looking online late last night for the very same thing :)
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Many thanks :D
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... the clutch cover is listed in the online shop but the gen cover isn't so if you email Adi at carbonadi1@yahoo.de he'll confirm the price and send you a Paypal invoice for payment. Great to deal with and pretty fast too :)
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That could explain me only finding 1 of the parts...
I will email and await a reply .
I was never any good at German. Haha
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Email sent :thumbup:
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i got both side cases too from carbonadi about a month ago. GREAT quality and they look awesome. considering he makes them to order and they come from germany, they came fast. just make sure you ask him to drill the holes for the timing caps on the flywheel side. ive seen people that have them without the holes and i dont understand how that works. considering you pretty much permanently glue them on, how would you ever access the timing caps? but great product. both sides are cheaper than replacing one engine cover....
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Has anyone got the carbon fibre frame covers . Are they any good I.e cover the frame properly .
Thanks In advance 8)
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Jscobey wrote:i got both side cases too from carbonadi about a month ago. GREAT quality and they look awesome. considering he makes them to order and they come from germany, they came fast. just make sure you ask him to drill the holes for the timing caps on the flywheel side. ive seen people that have them without the holes and i dont understand how that works. considering you pretty much permanently glue them on, how would you ever access the timing caps? but great product. both sides are cheaper than replacing one engine cover....
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I've had plenty of c/f covers from adi (carbonadi) always top quality and good service. you can buy the frame covers from sebimoto in the Czech republic, but in my recent experience they aren't very good quality.... :thumbdown:
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Jscobey wrote:i got both side cases too from carbonadi about a month ago. GREAT quality and they look awesome. considering he makes them to order and they come from germany, they came fast. just make sure you ask him to drill the holes for the timing caps on the flywheel side. ive seen people that have them without the holes and i dont understand how that works. considering you pretty much permanently glue them on, how would you ever access the timing caps? but great product. both sides are cheaper than replacing one engine cover....
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