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Is it made for the FZ-07??? I have one that's made for the FZ-07 and it works fine. I don't see holes or hardware for that.
 
 
It's universal. They give measurements on their website. Holes and hardware are easy for me to do myself. But if someone makes a functioning belly pan for the FZ07 that would be great. Does yours hold oil? Mine will need to if I race the bike. And also possibly save me from a $500 fine for dumping oil at my home track. :)

Craig Mapstone
Upstate New York

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Beemer
Mine would hold oil if the oil comes out from the side and into the pan. My pan does not cover the entire underside of the engine so IMO if you can make that fit I would use that. It looks to be a better 'functioning' belly pan than mine. Mine is more for looks and compliments. GL!
 
What I have: http://www.motomachines.com/Ermax-Belly-Pan-for-Yamaha-FZ-07_p_5020.html
 
 
 

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Mine would hold oil if the oil comes out from the side and into the pan. My pan does not cover the entire underside of the engine so IMO if you can make that fit I would use that. It looks to be a better 'functioning' belly pan than mine. Mine is more for looks and compliments. GL! 
What I have: http://www.motomachines.com/Ermax-Belly-Pan-for-Yamaha-FZ-07_p_5020.html
 
 

 
 
Yah, that might not pass tech.

Craig Mapstone
Upstate New York

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I had that very one. It looks good, can be adapted easily to fit around the exhaust, mounts easily with home made parts. I ended up not going with it however since my SV was naked so I bought AP's kit when it came out.  Here's a couple pics in mock up.
 
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Upon closer inspection I had  the OCP1S variant, identical but slightly different size, see their website...
 
 
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It's adorning an SV's belly now.
 
 
 

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Yes, that is the short version. The long version is 4 inches longer and would extend closer to the rear tire. I think I like the long version. Thanks for the pics!

Craig Mapstone
Upstate New York

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howlinhoss

Anyone have photos of this installed? Looking to do this for my track bike.

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15 hours ago, howlinhoss said:

Anyone have photos of this installed? Looking to do this for my track bike.

I almost ordered this a couple weeks ago, but I'm back to doing full foward fairings this winter.  I say forward fairings because the tail and seat will remain stock.  I'm currently looking at using 2017 R6 forward race fairings.  Those should look o.k. with the stock tail.  It turns out the R6 engine is only 1.375" wider than the FZ07 engine, assuming my source is correct.


Craig Mapstone
Upstate New York

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mossrider
10 hours ago, howlinhoss said:

Anyone have photos of this installed? Looking to do this for my track bike.

My old one on its current bike...

 

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Davidc45-

I’ve designed a belly pan for an fz 07. It will contain over 2 quarts

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stickshift

That looks fantastic... so does the bike.

 

Looks like you've tested the water pump guard?

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Davidc45-

They work great to. Lowside at the track.

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stickshift

Are they the yoshimura guards? 

 

I'm thinking of getting some for when my bike hits the track.

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Davidc45-

Yea they’re yosh. Great product. If you need a belly pan you know where to go. I’ve talked with James Morse from moto america and showed him the pan. He said it’s legal to race with.

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On 3/7/2018 at 10:04 PM, Davidc45- said:

I’ve designed a belly pan for an fz 07. It will contain over 2 quarts

EB2C3E31-4BE8-40F1-847B-601B2F22A5E0.jpeg

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Dear sweet baby Jesus - how do I get my hands on one of these belly pans David?

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prospeed44

That bellypan looks like just what i need , plus it has the expensive factory team sponsored look lol . Are you making them for resale ? , if so how much ?.

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cornerslider

I'm interested as well...... I'm considering racing my FZ-07 next year (in "naked" form)- I just figured I'd have to get a new exhaust (I have the Akra Ti as well). I didn't want to do that. This may tip the scales towards racing next season 😎. I have essentially the same bike- year, color, shock, intake, and probably more!!! Nice looking bike 😀

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Davidc45-

Yes I do sell them, buying a pan will help fund racing. My ig is davidc_454.

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Davidc45-
On 11/19/2018 at 6:59 AM, ajpags said:

Dear sweet baby Jesus - how do I get my hands on one of these belly pans David?

Ig is davidc_454 hit me up there

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