^ Jose, but call me Chato
Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Knoxville, TN
Bike: '08 Yellow-n-Black R6
So I was tripping balls a out how difficult I thought this install was gonna be, before I knew it, I was done, WTF!? Here are some pics. The holes are dead on if you drill them dead center. I used zip ties to hold them in place until my DZUS fasteners show, I got those from Chief at an awesome price also, and yes get the fasteners, it will make it so much F u c k i n g easier.
Then I had an incident, which showed just how tough the Armour Bodies are. I was moving the bike off the front stand, when all of a sudden, CRASH!!!, right on its side, I picked it up, cussed myself out, and to my amazement fairing were not damaged bad at all, negligible if any. I made the same mistake with the stock fairings, and needless to say the damage was way more extensive. These things are tough, and the reinforced Kevlar bolt holes are really as tough as they say they are.
I started by installing the windscreen forest, it helps bring in the fairing some. After that just line up the holes to the dimples on the fairings, and drill. Use a step drill for all your holes, makes it easier.
Really though if your needing fairings for the track, these are the way to go, you won't regret it, and if you want an awesome deal with kick ass customer service, you gotta hit up ChiefSmokeDawg, you won't be disappointed.
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