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Old May 3rd, 2015   #1
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Default 2008+ ST13 Filler Panels

In case anyone ever wondered about this, I fitted the later model filler panels on my 2006. There is an ugly empty hole around the rear spring preload adjuster and same on the opposite side for the lower battery cover. $30 for the pair on partzilla.com Right side battery cover has the lower filler piece attached and the left side took some modification to attach it to the existing side cover. But they fit and look sharp. Can't see the dirty swing arm now. Made a nice finished look.
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I put a set of these on my 2005 and find the heat does not rise or escape from this area.
More comfortable riding with these on in the summer months.
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I put them on my '04.
There are some pictures here of others installations, as well.
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Yep, did this to my 2003. I added Powerlet plugs to the left side.
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In case anyone ever wondered about this, I fitted the later model filler panels on my 2006. There is an ugly empty hole around the rear spring preload adjuster and same on the opposite side for the lower battery cover. $30 for the pair on partzilla.com Right side battery cover has the lower filler piece attached and the left side took some modification to attach it to the existing side cover. But they fit and look sharp. Can't see the dirty swing arm now. Made a nice finished look.
My 2014 is definitely cooler than my 2005 was, they must be some of the reason at least.
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In case anyone ever wondered about this, I fitted the later model filler panels on my 2006. There is an ugly empty hole around the rear spring preload adjuster and same on the opposite side for the lower battery cover. $30 for the pair on partzilla.com Right side battery cover has the lower filler piece attached and the left side took some modification to attach it to the existing side cover. But they fit and look sharp. Can't see the dirty swing arm now. Made a nice finished look.
I also put those on my 04. They work and look nice.

You are missing a set of the little triangular rubber plugs to fill that little triangle hole lower down.

Look at the picture Joe posted. They are available from Honda as they are used on Police bikes too.
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Thanks for the tip Blue....will see about those.
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I Photoshopped his image and it looks like they may be there. Hard to see.
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does anyone have the part#'s or link for those? Also to fit a 2003 is there any modification?
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http://www.babbittsonline.com/oempar...over-rear-cowl


http://www.babbittsonline.com/oempar...be69ed/battery


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