Frequently asked questions of custom aftermarket fairing
- We’ve gathered our most frequently asked questions in one place to assist you in your transactions with GoMotoTrip.
- We want you completely satisfied with your experience, so if you are unable to find an answer to your questions here, please feel free to email, chat, or call us!
1. The short answer is a “YES”.
2. Our price is not included any tax and you have to pay the import tax fee when your fairing package arrived.
Actually, it all depends on the rule of your country, normally the USA is non-tax needed. Most of the country is setting the charge-tax-line on how much value your package is. In our experience, we only declare USD$100 for each fairing kit, somehow it could help you to reduce duty cost.
3. For detail rate, please do double check with your local customs.
- ⇒The following information is what you could use as a reference:
- ⇒For UK Riders: Tax and customs for goods sent from abroad (https://www.gov.uk/goods-sent-from-abroad/tax-and-duty)
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You will receive an email including the tracking number from us: [email protected]
- ⇒ it’s something containing the tracking number and tracking website: www.17track.net/en
- ⇒ so you can check the status of your order quickly through the online order tracker
Just enter the given order tracking number in the appropriate fields. It’s that easy!
If you’d like to learn more about ABS, injection molding and compression molding, here the related information for you, originally taken from here:
Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) plastic is commonly used in original equipment sports bikes and certain aftermarket fairing manufacturers due to its strong, flexible and lightweight properties. The advantage of ABS over other plastics is that it combines the strength and rigidity of acrylonitrile and styrene with the toughness of polybutadiene rubber. The proportions of each property vary based on the targeted result.
There are two common methods of producing an ABS plastic fairing: injection and compression molding.
1. Injection molding: ABS plastic is melted and injected into the mold cavity. Constant pressure is applied to allow for material shrinkage. The plastic then cools and hardens in the mold. Injection molds allow for uniform thickness throughout the entire piece. It gives the most accurate end product that fits well. It is how most manufacturers make their plastics.
2. Compression molding: The plastic is generally preheated is placed into a heated metal mold cavity and pressure is applied to force the plastic to contract and take the shape of the mold. Heat and pressure are kept until the plastic cures the mold. The excess plastic is cut away and removed from the mold. Disadvantages to compression mold include varying product consistency and flashing, which is excess material attached to the molded part that needs to be removed where two or more parts of the mold meet.