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Suzuki GSX1400 top fairing

A GSX1400 owner I met at the Custom Bike Show in Norrtälje, Sweden, had mounted a Suzuki bikini fairing that was designed for the GS500E on his bike. It fits perfectly and looks quite nice. The only modification he had to do was to make a couple of plate holders to attach the fairing to the bike.

Photo (c) Jarmo Haapamäki 2002

Suzuki GS500E bikini fairing mounted on a Suzuki GSX1400. ”I just had to make a couple of plate holders to attach the fairing to the bike”, the owner of the bike told me.


Photo (c) Jarmo Haapamäki 2002

Suzuki GS500E bikini fairing mounted on a Suzuki GSX1400. Click to enlarge. The same bike as in the previous picture. Other modifications: the oil cooler side covers (stripped), the exhaust system cover beneath the bike (stripped). ”I usually take off all the unnesseccary parts of a bike to loose weight”, he said.


Suzuki GSX1400 with top fairing

Another bikini fairing mounted on a Suzuki GSX1400. I found this picture some time ago on some Japanese website, I think. The top fairing on the bike looks a bit like the one on the pictures above but it's not exactly the same. Do you know what bike this fairing was designed for?


Jarmo Haapamäki
September 2002




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