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HI,

I recently bought a used Armour body fairing for my 07 r6 [link] . I have question regarding the fairing, whether it will fit my stock exhaust headers or should i change it. Pls let me know :)
is there any instruction write up for changing street fairing to track one that will be bigger help. :) thanks.
 

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Is there any write up what all should be remove Some one has done any instruction write up for that ?


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Please follow these instructions -

1. Remove stock bodywork, headlights and tail light
2. Install track bodywork


:lmao

Doood....i should be in town next weekend, so if you can wait, I can help. If not, ask Raj (sportbiker) if he can help ;)
 

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Any recommendations on a brand/type of heat tape?
in a pinch lowes & hD have some R30 foil insulation you can buy for cheap. Just put a layer of tin foil on the muffler side & that insulation. It will keep the heat away from the body.
 

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Thanks folk for all the replies , It fits with my stock Header soon will upload the pics. There were some place it was close and two bolts on the header was touching the fairing used Thermo-Tec 13575 12" X 24" . First track days is april 5 and 6th will keep you guys posted how the thermo tec worked
 

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Thanks folk for all the replies , It fits with my stock Header soon will upload the pics. There were some place it was close and two bolts on the header was touching the fairing used Thermo-Tec 13575 12" X 24" . First track days is april 5 and 6th will keep you guys posted how the thermo tec worked
any leftover heat tape? I'll take it....:sing
 

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Not really. I just looked at my Amazon Wishlist and I have a link to the Thermo-Tec stuff...

Some of it can be thinner and people tend to prefer the stuff with a bit more thickness. Then again, the stuff on the stock fairings is super thin and almost like aluminum tape...


Thermo-Tec stuff worked well riding it for 7 track days my lower fairing looks fine :toocool::toocool:
 

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Thanks folk for all the replies , It fits with my stock Header soon will upload the pics. There were some place it was close and two bolts on the header was touching the fairing used Thermo-Tec 13575 12" X 24" . First track days is april 5 and 6th will keep you guys posted how the thermo tec worked
Same stuff I use. Works great. I lined the edges with high temp RTV before applying the heat shielding to ensure the edges won't want to peel up over time. The backing was sticky, but I wanted something a little stronger than just the adhesive that came with it.
 
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