Nobody here ever tried that before?
I did some research on this a while ago and I think there are a few threads on here about this exact setup. If I recall correctly, there used to be a Ducati dealer in California that offered a kit to put a half fairing on the sport classic. I think they used the Airtech fairing but it was a custom piece as it needed to be widened to fit around the tank. If you do some searching you should be able to find the posts.Dear all,
here’s a project I’ve been thinking about for some time: I’d love to get an old 750 Sport / SS 70’s style front headlight fairing on my Biposto.
As much as I like the stock factory Sport Classic S / PS models, I’ve always found their half front fairing kind of “too bulky” for me. I’d much prefer something leaner in the style of what Walt Siegl has made for his Leggero models for instance.
Has anybody successfuly mounted/adapted a 750/900 SS style front fairing on a Sport Classic mono or biposto?
What fairing builder & model would you advise to start with?
Would a stock 750/900 SS replica model fit, or would that need to be custom to look good ? (not talking about the mounting brackets but more about the overall fairing size/shape Vs the Sport Classic stock tank / chassis).
Please don’t hesitate to share any photo / advise / experience on that kind of project.
Here’s a list of aftermarket fairing suppliers I’ve listed for instance, any feedback on those?
UNI Ducati 620ss,750ss,900ss,1000ss - Half Fairing Racing | MotoforzaFront half fairing for Oldtimer - Vintage / Cafe Racer Suitable for various models. Dimensisons: image #2-3 why Motoforza? Nice processing also from inside. Several layers of mats and fabrics embody quality resin = Excellent rigidity and flexibility.www.motoforzafairings.com
DUCATI 750 SUPER SPORT SS '72-'75 750SS FAIRING, SEAT, SIDE COVER, FENDER, IMOLA CAFE RACE RACER DESMO BEVELHEAD
Thanks a lot for any input.
Nice find. Love the way it can be naked or faired.