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post #11 of 58 Old 05-31-2011, 03:10 PM
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Cant believe they designed it so you have to take everything apart just to change the windscreen. I was going to get the tinted windscreen too. Think im to lazy to do all of that now.
Your bike is lookin sharp.
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Bike will look better once I have an exhaust and tail tidy lol

Yeh I was surprised how annoying it was but once you work the fairings out I could do it in 2 hours.

3M wrap came from eBay from an aussie seller but there is plenty of US sellers on there.

Audio systems are for cars, mine has a nice one

Mine should be getting an exhaust made in australia by staintune
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is that a factory honda piece?
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Macca, whered you get that CF cowl?

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Both the seat cowl and the tinted screen are HONDA items.

Alas the US dont seem to have a carbon one (its fake carbon print) and have a matt black one. For about half the price of the fake carbon one I got here in australia of honda
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Looks great... hard to believe it takes 4 hours to swap a windscreen. That's kind of a bummer.

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Just picked my Screen up today. Going to try
and install it in the next few days.

Any tips Macca?
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yup,

Remove the 2 side fairings

to remove the nose, pull out the top bolt, then loosen the lower one and pivot the head onto the front fearing on the wheel so you can remove the gauge unit (4 visible bolts then pull it out with force)

undo all the electronics to get the nose off

then pull the metal frame from the nose, then the head light

reverse it all to get it back in.
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There's got to be an easier way to swap the windscreen.

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Sweet!!!!........3M matches the cowl; ties everything in nicely

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