Armour Bodies

Honda RC51, Armour Bodies Pro Series Superbike Kit

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Armour Bodies bodywork has award-winning fit and finish that took the industry by storm when Armour Bodies scored among the leaders in every single category in the Roadracing World bodywork comparison. This bodywork was rated to have exceptional fit- the highest durability and was #1 in surface finish and flexibility.

Armour Bodies is top quality bodywork that is made with unique resin derived from the Kayak racing industry- giving it the ability to withstand the rigors of the racetrack. We use only large sheets of fiberglass with minimal use of mill fiber - giving the part the best possible structural integrity. Each part is then hand sanded- individually fit together and finished in a high quality primer that is ready for paint after a light scuff. This bodywork will save you time and money every step of the way. The labor we put into the finish can save over $100 in prep time over other brands- as your painter will only have to give the bodywork a scuff before painting. The toughness of our large sheet fiberglass design together with our unique resin can help keep you on track after a fall - many riders are done for the day after cheap bodywork is left in shambles on the side of the track. Finally- our resin is fully compatible with commonly available fiberglass repair kits- giving your repairs much more strength and reducing the likelihood for the delamination common in repairs of other premium bodywork brands. 

Fitment notes:


This kit was originally designed off an HRC bike with a kit subframe, upper fairing stay and windscreen. As such it requires some modifications or additional components to fit properly.

We’ve continued to carry this kit to offer an option for the RC51 enthusiasts out there.

NOTE: Front bolt mounting location for the upper will need to be drilled as pictured above. You will not use the recessed front mount location on either side

NOTE: This tail works on the stock subframe- but was developed around the HRC version that had a different front mounting location.