December 2 2010.

 Skidmarx has enjoyed considerable race success with Honda this year - the British company's racing screens were fitted to five of the winning Honda machines in the Isle of Man TT races and a further three winners in the Ulster Grand Prix as well.

Honda's second generation Fireblade has proved a popular track day tool for many riders and now Skidmarx offer not only screens, but also a full set of race bodywork for models from 2008-2010.

Produced from lightweight 450gm CSM material that is backed up with woven cloth, the fairing and single seat unit are pre-drilled to fit onto existing mounting points and the kit is supplied with quick-release Dzus fasteners. Both the fairing and seat unit are manufactured in the UK and are designed to directly replace the original body parts. Unlike the road fairing, the race version has no headlight aperture or indicator mounting points, and instead has an enclosed belly pan with an oil catch tray to comply with ACU rules.

Skidmarx produces its race bodywork in plain white, ready to be painted in team colours; the Race Fairing sells for £260- and the single seat unit (with integrated undertray) costs £110- (including VAT).

Matching race screens are manufactured from 2mm acrylic to offer enhanced optical clarity compared to the road versions (i.e. it's easier to see through them) and are lighter too. Standard race screens retail for £39.95 and double bubble versions cost £49.95.

Other accessories for the latest 'Blade include a replacement GRP cover for the dummy fuel tank, priced at £65 and a front guard and hugger, both made from ultra light carbon fibre. The front guard retails at £99.95 and the hugger sells for £129.95, complete with tailored fitting kit.

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