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post #51 of 58 Old 09-13-2011, 11:12 PM
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Yeh half an hour would be pushing it when taking off the whole nose.

And hour would be quick if you have done it more than once.
To take the nose off all you have to do is remove the 4 gauge bolts, 4 mirror bolts and 4 crimp clips (after the side fairings are removed).

The nose will then just Slide out. Whats all the fuss about?

And when I said you could do it in half an hour, I ment without removing the nose one could potentially get to the bolts under the nose with a really thin ratchet/angled screw driver one the gauge console was removed.

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where can i get the single seat cowl..?? can anyone help me out??
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where can i get the single seat cowl..?? can anyone help me out??
HONDA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! When people say OEM it means its Original Equipment Manufacture SO HONDA!

Yeh, dont forget the task of having to remove all the wires from the nose before you pull it out, thats a bit of a task as well lol.
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god ****...
i read this thread and thought to myself 'pssht 4 hours..yeah right'.
just went outside and started at it,
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after 1.5 hours i have it fitted into the nose fairing..

still havent fit it all back together / replugged everything back in. that'll take another hour probably.

so 2.5-3hrs job for sure... i see why it takes so long..
incredibly stupid design though.

old cbr250rr was just unscrew and pop on and off no disassembly of anything.
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The cost of pretty, multi-layer faring:

Difficult to get at things, and plenty of things to vibrate and rattle.
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also now have a big scratch on my front fender
after unbolting the nosecone/lighting unit the whole thing dropped and tilted forward scraping it.
note to others, hold it up whether it be someone else or with your legs even when unbolting it lol.

who can reccommend a cover-coat or polish or something for scratches XD
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To take the nose off all you have to do is remove the 4 gauge bolts, 4 mirror bolts and 4 crimp clips (after the side fairings are removed).

The nose will then just Slide out. Whats all the fuss about?

And when I said you could do it in half an hour, I ment without removing the nose one could potentially get to the bolts under the nose with a really thin ratchet/angled screw driver one the gauge console was removed.
100% CORRECT!!! Thanks for saving me a lot of trouble. I was about to try and unplug the dash and unscrew the nose frame, when I read you post. . . so much easier doing it your way! You DON'T need to unhook the dash gauge wires people!!!! Here's proof!

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Also, I think I could do it in 45-60 minutes if I ever did it again. Most of the time spent was figuring out how the stuff comes apart! I spent about 2-1/2 hours getting the pieces apart and about 25 minutes getting everything back together and back on the bike!
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