If you guys check roadracing world.com, they did an article 2 years ago where they tested 9 different bodywork manufacturers. Wannabe racer to answer your question, I belive catalyst racing composites was one of the worst ones in the comparison. Sharkskins, cheetah, and I believe one of the more expensive Armor bodies sets were the best. I paid almost $800 for full hotbodies for my bike, and I figured out why they were like $300 cheaper than sharkskins for the set, because they are s#!t!!!! Lets face it, in most cases you get what you pay for, if I had to do it over again, I would spend the extra money for quality. If you find race bodywork for cheap, face it, it is gonna be cheap, it took me almost a week to finally get the hotbodies on and thats after I argued with their rep everyday for a week. Maybe if I had a gsxr it might have been different seeing they probably produce more for that bike, but as far as a ninja, hotbodies was way off. If saving a couple of hundred bucks is worth a week of fighting cussing and still not being happy, more power to you, my suggestion is to spend the extra money and save yourself the hassel. Trust me its worth it, and I cant wait for the first race that there is a hotbodies rep at, by the time I get my point accross, they are probably not going to be too happy with me!
06 ZX-6R 636