I'd like to see photos of that! Considering having the BMW cases and the hugger painted to match - but that's a LOT of red! Although red, yellow and orange are the colors opthalmologists say are the most visible... anything to get the attention of the mobile and self-important cell phone users...:001_unsure:. Had it painted the factory black saphire and had the alpine white pinstripes cut
I ended up buying a Puig from a British company. Looks pretty much identical to your Hornig. Glad to hear it works as well as it looks.Here is the stock Hornig on my classic. I thought it went well with the bike since the support is the bright color used on most the frame and suspension.
Took the hugger down to a custom paint shop here in Honolulu and pulled the trigger on the white pinstripes. Have to say it looks pretty damm nice. Will post pics soon. Oh and had that silver cover had the silver dash cover behind the headlight painted black to match. Refrained from going over board, so far, and left it sans stripes.Just an FYI - just got the part back from the painters and installed it (the hornig, one screw and a nut, 10 minutes max). Had it painted the factory black saphire and had the alpine white pinstripes cut (paint takes two weeks to cure). Now that I see it on, not sure I'll be applying the pin stripes, looks really good and compliments the lines of the lower body work under the seat and the tank. Might change my mind, but right now, looks good as is. Really wonder why BMW does not just put these on evry bike. First time I rode a wet road covered in silt from dump trucks and spent an hour getting all the muck off the schock, battery, cables and fender - decsion made.
+1 looks like a factory option.Hey Larryt411
Take a look at this link http://www.r1200rforum.com/forum/bmw-r1200r-appearance-10/xtreme-inner-fender-2362/
That thing is expensive but looks and works awesome.
I recently fitted the PUIG rear hugger onto my 013 R1200 R. I bought it on-line from Nippy Norman’s in the UK, saving the 20% VAT as a non-resident.