Suzuki GS1100 (1980-1983) Fiberglass Bodywork
- DFX-114 / Tank Shell
- DFX-110 / Fender Front – 19″
- DFX-156 / Headlight Front – Not Pictured
- DFX-157 / Headlight Back– Not Pictured
- DFX-121.5 / Body 4-6″ Over
- DFX-115 / Fairing
- DFX-124 / Tank Shell
- DFX-119 / Tail Seat section / +4″ over stock/ Length 38″ / Made for 11″ tire
- DFX-121 / Tail Star Style / Length 32.5″ / Made for 12.5″ wide tire (Shown with DFX-116 Fenderette)
- DFX-117 / Fender Front 18″ / 4.75″ wide
- DFX-118 / Fender Rear / 9.25″ wide
- DFX-116 / Fenderette Rear / 10″ wide (Fits DFX-121)
- DFX-120 / Side Covers (Set)
- DFX-125.5 / Seat Base – Not Pictured
Features and Benefits of FiberX Fiberglass
Fiberglass is a composite material made of fine glass fibers woven together and embedded in a polymer resin. When used in vehicle bodywork, fiberglass offers several advantages:
- Aerodynamic Excellence: Bodywork is precision-engineered to enhance the aerodynamic performance of motorcycles, significantly reducing drag and increasing speed. Each curve and contour is optimized for drag racing applications, ensuring racers slice through the air with minimal resistance.
- Weight Optimization: FiberX fiberglass bodywork is exceptionally lightweight, offering racers improved power-to-weight ratios. The reduction in weight allows for faster acceleration and greater agility on the track, giving racers a distinct competitive advantage.
- Strength: Despite being lightweight, fiberglass is strong and durable, making it a suitable choice for motorcycle drag racing applications. It can withstand impact and resist corrosion.
- Flexibility: Fiberglass can be molded into various shapes and designs, allowing for creative and aerodynamic body designs. It can also be easily customized and modified to suit the builder’s preferences.
- Repairable: These bodywork components are built to withstand the rigorous demands of motorcycle drag racing. The high-quality fiberglass materials ensure exceptional strength, durability, and longevity, even in the most intense racing conditions.