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Question 2015 H2 Carbon Parts

Hi all,

I'm considering getting some carbon goodies for my 2015 H2. Who would you recommend for the best quality and value?

Has anyone had any experience with these companies? Many thanks in advance for your thoughts and feedback.

Tekarbon
Carbomoto
Conquest Racing
Rsr moto
Bike Zaa
FF carbon
Z4 Motorsports
Moto Composites
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These are carbon parts from Tekarbon.I'm no longer using them.They were on the bike one day,didn't ride with em on there.

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I have carbon parts from

Carbomoto
Conquest
Z4

All good quality, no issues

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Many thanks for the swift feedback, Guys.

I've heard that Tekarbon are excellent quality (but a bit pricey).

It's good to know that those others are the same good quality as each other. It seems as though price is the primary factor considering that.

Cheers,
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This will probably sound dumb maybe...but WHY are you going carbon fiber.If you get fiberglass and carbon fiber parts(carbon fiber's on top)you'll have the same look,but significantly cheaper to buy...I bought some CF/Foberglass panels for my 14R...they look great,can't tell they have fiberglass in the production at all.Much cheaper than straight CF.

I can't tell they've got fiberglass in there.Plus they're very light and thinnish.Moreso than full CF.

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I bought a lot of carbon parts for mine & very pricey too !!
I found that some parts were not a good fit & looked awful!!
I then used hydrographic carbon dipping to the original plastics on some of the parts & found this miles cheaper, a perfect fit & looks awesome !!!
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I used Motocomposites for my H2, hands down the best parts I’ve received!
I have had several bikes done in carbon fiber:
Hayabusa in 06
Yoshimura Superbike in early 2000
ZX14R I still own some parts were from Tekarbon, and I had no issues with them.
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Cheers for the info, Silverbird. That seems like a sensible way to go.

Can you recommend any decent companies for H2 CF/Fiberglass panels?
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