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Default New Hotbodies Racing Front Fender Made of Carbon Fiber

The Hotbodies Racing brand is known for providing a wide variety of quality motorcycle parts and accessories at a reasonable price. The company was established in 2001 by a young motorcycle enthusiast who was feeling upset because of the high aftermarket and OEM parts prices. He decided to create his own line of products using new technologies and modern materials aiming at the mid-range price segment. Using a smart Internet marketing strategy, Roger managed to build a successful business offering great products for popular models of sportbikes.

Take a look at the new ling of carbon-fiber fenders by Hotbodies Racing. This material looks great, it is lightweight but strong, which is why it is preferred by racers to reduce the overall weight of the bike. All parts are pre-drilled for quick and easy installation. You just take off your stock fenders and bolt on new carbon-fiber ones with the same stock hardware.

Hotbodies Racing® 41702-1500 - Front Carbon Fiber Fender

Honda Grom 125 2017-2020

“Factory” grade carbon parts with a 2-year no-fade guarantee
Pre-Preg, vacuum bagged, autoclave manufacturing process
Pre-drilled for easy installation
High-gloss finish that is free of bubbles and pits
Very lightweight and strong construction

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