Taking of the fairings requires some major morale boosting.
It aint something you want to do as you know it will be a beeatch to put them on again.
and Whenever I take the bike to the shop for maintenance, I have to strip her down myself as theres noway they going to do it without ruining the paint or something else.
In short. the fit sucks. And I dont even have the rear end. hehe...
The TLR/R (gixxer wannabe) tail is not as bad as the rest of the wodywork but you will have to mod it up a bit to get it to fit. I had to re-drill the mounting holes and take a dremel to the tail light cut-out to get it to fit. Was it worth it? IMHO YES!!!
BTW the stock TLR rear seat fits
And if you are going to go for the whole TLR/R kit get some DZUS fasteners. It will make your life a whole lot easier
I was at chelapa shop last night he was finishing up on the last mold for tlr street fairings all he has to do is lay up the part.
The parts that he did finish are are wild super nice he losely mocked them up on his bike thay fit great. We are going to CT marcus dairy on OCT 8th for Super Sunday he should have all the parts for the TLS done too you will know how he is he will be the one with the primer gray TLR parcked nest to the primer gray TLS with fiber customes.com stickers on the side.
P.S. If you start PMing him ask him about the racoons
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