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I know OEM is a good option but it's really expensive.. like $39 for a fender expensive. So i was wondering if anyone had good or bad experiences with certain brands of plastic kits. I just got new custom graphics and i wanna treat them to some nice scratch free quality plastic. Thanks guys!

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OEM from honda east toledo will be as cheap as any aftermarket stuff.  $19 ea for fenders, $16 for tank shrouds and side plates.  And most OEM comes with the alum bushings in the plastic.

 

I recently purchased a full oem plastic kit for ~$115 from them, free shipping.

 

http://www.hondaeasttoledo.net/OEMpartfinder.htm

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I've always been satisfied with UFO and Acerbis plastic. I lean toward UFO because they actually try to update plastic for models that the OEM's forget about, including the YZ125/250.

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Maier is the lowest quality stuff I've ever seen. Do they even still make that vacuum formed crap?

The polisport stuff is a couple bucks cheaper as a set, but the quality isn't as good as the UFO and Acerbis.  Nothing beats OEM for fit.

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I bought a complete Acerbis kit for my 2012 RM-Z250 and the front fender was a little bit different color than the rest and the exhaust side panel didn't fit right. I'd go UFO.

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OEM from honda east toledo will be as cheap as any aftermarket stuff.  $19 ea for fenders, $16 for tank shrouds and side plates.  And most OEM comes with the alum bushings in the plastic.

 

I recently purchased a full oem plastic kit for ~$115 from them, free shipping.

 

http://www.hondaeasttoledo.net/OEMpartfinder.htm

. Same for me, just as cheap and guaranteed to fit.

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