I don’t see how an undertray encompasses the exhaust ,, unless I’m reading this wrong.I’ll beat people to the chase here. The problem with a tray is it encompasses the exhaust, so all that heat stays in the engine area. Usable on track. Street not so much. That being said I plan to do it to mine, so I’m subscribing
I’m not questioning the fact that there are different types of undertrays , but are you sure about the differences being the cut outs?I don't have pic, or anywhere to source one for you, I found mine on eBay used. What I will offer is that there are two types of under tail.
One to fit a mono sub frame and one to fit the bip sub frame. The difference is the bip under tail has cut outs for the rear foot peg brackets. The mono, of course, has no cut outs. Also, it is not uncommon to have a mono tail fairing mounted to a bip sub frame. The thing to look for is if the sub frame is made of steel with lugs for the foot pegs to mount, or a very minimal looking frame made of aluminum with no place to mount the rear foot pegs.
Chinese fibreglass carbonnew seller in town & this one accepts offers.https://www.bonanza.com/listings/Underseat-Fairing-Cowl-Cover-for-Ducati-748-916-996-998-Carbon-Fiberglass/421033642
Yes. Mono has already been posted here. This is a Bip tail. Cut outs for the foot peg mounts are pretty clear.I’m not questioning the fact that there are different types of undertrays , but are you sure about the differences being the cut outs?
I only ask because I’ve found an DP undertray that will only fit a mono & that too has cut outs in it
True, however, the way I looked at it, as I'd already made the decision to go to a CFRP undertray as part of an overall push to rid my R of any excess mass, the full carbon unit was markedly lighter than the CFRP/GFRP ones....Besides, it's a freaking undertray...