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    Question Can anyone help identifying Body Panel / Fairing Names

    I bought a used 2012 NC700X and besides putting an exhaust, center stand, bark busters, and 30k miles on it the previous owner removed or otherwise no longer has the bottom fairings. I was searching around ebay for replacements and I think that they're called chin fairings? I was hoping someone here could help me figure out if that's indeed what I'm searching for. There was a skid plate that was removed and so at the moment I am feeling a bit like Winnie the pooh :-) [naked on the bottom but not on the top]

    If you know that then maybe you would also know if a 2013 fairings will fit my 2012 also? I am in need of the black ones that go on the sides too because while riding in strong wind they both were blown away and down and drug along the high way for a hundred miles until I noticed. Ebay has one person selling what I think is the middle and right side and then another person is selling the left side but for a 2013.

    Any and all help or discussion on finding body part / fairing names and the fun that comes with that is welcomed.

    My bike photo from my parking space
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    New bike photo from the web
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    Thanks!
    Last edited by Foxtrot144; 27th November 2018 at 14:13. Reason: accidentally said I needed two right fairings woops

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    Lower cowl possibly. You can go to Pro Caliber Motorsports Pro Caliber Motorsports Vancouver, WA 1 (877) 240-1844 and look it up on the fiche. Don't have time to check it out right now.

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    Viewing on line illustrated parts vendors will help with panel identification. For this item note that the right side cowl (and possibly the center section) is different for DCT and manual transmissions.

    2012 through 2015 are compatible.
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    Service manual might be helpful.
    This is from page 2-2.

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    Instead of doing that why not put on an aftermarket skid plate. Much more protection and maybe cheaper than the dealer?

    Called an Undercowl
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    Go to motorcycles then 2012 find the NC700X and open it. Scroll down to the 2nd from bottom. Tap on Undercowl. My phone is acting up and it won't copy the link like it usually does.

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    Senior Member Can anyone help identifying Body Panel / Fairing Names dduelin's Avatar
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    You may need all three of these:

    64500-MGS-D30ZC

    64400-MGS-D31ZA

    64300-MGS-D30ZA

    plus 2 of the screws that hold the rear of the cowling to the motorcycle 90114-MGE-000

    2015 Honda NC700X AC UNDER COWL | CyclePartsNation
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    Oh man thank you all so much. Not only given the name but where to find it. The OEM parts that I'm missing are not too expensive, and if they'd be brand new versus the old crusty wrecked parts from ebay.

    I appreciate the help very much.

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    I've got a service manual ordered and on the way! Thanks for the image.


    Quote Originally Posted by lootzyan View Post
    Service manual might be helpful.
    This is from page 2-2.
    Last edited by Foxtrot144; 28th November 2018 at 06:41. Reason: Forgot to quote who I was replying to

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    I have a SW Motech Skid Plate that covers the underside of my bike. The three plastic parts are gone and I get some protection too. (Not as much protection as Dales Heavy duty skid plate, but much better than stock.)
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    Foxtrot, as Eric mentioned, an aftermarket skid plate instead of the Honda lower cowl might be another route to go. I only suggest this because in your introduction you stated a desire to ride the TAT someday.
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