" That having been said, I have a Parabellum on order and will let you know what I think of it."
I would appreciate that. I was also wondering why you decided to go with Parabellum this time?
I have to say, the most exasperating thing about these aftermarket fairings is dealing with the companies. I have called Cee Bailey, Parabellum and Aeroflow.
I ask, " What size are your fairings?"
They say, "They are (x amount) larger than stock."
Then I say, "What size is stock?"
They say, "I don't know."
We go round and round until they basically say they don't know what size their own fairings are. Have to go measure them. Call back.
Believe me, I'm not exaggerating. And their web sites are the same, no actual measurements as a rule. Just, " bigger than "stock". All three companies are completely unaware that BMW offered these bikes with three different sized "stock" fairings: regular, touring, and tall. Pretty hard to get a single measurement from three different sizes. I would think it would be a lot simpler to just take a Stanley tape to the stock room and measure the things. Put it on a 3 x 5 card by the phone. Just a thought.