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Hi Guys, anyone know where this part of the fairing is supposed to attach to ?
It has Akro link pipes but wouldn't imagine the oem pipes had a bracket for the fairing ?
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There is a small bracket which attaches to the nearest lower bolt on the frame, I think it's item 12 on this microfiche.

http://www.bike-parts-honda.com/piec...+1000+SP2.html

For UK - You can order it online from David Silver Honda Spares. You might need a bolt too - but as the UK makes original bolts go furry, you might want to invest in a set of stainless bolts from Probolt. They look a lot better than std.

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Excellent, thanks very much that's just what I needed

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Well item 12 and the sleeved fastener turned up last night but I quickly offered up the bracket and still cannot see where exactly this fits ? is it behind one of the footrest hangar fixings ? item 12 seems to have a square tab/locating tab but cannot see where that would go ? maybe the slot in the frame but then the holes done line up

any help would be appreciated guys or should I just get the drill out

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Here's a pic, hope it helps a little ?


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Thats fantastic, so I am right the bracket goes behind the footrest hanger?

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Just a suggestion based on your pics, you may want to adhere a heat shield to the backside of the fairing that runs close to the exhaust, unfortunately i learned the hard way with some cheesy China fairings that warped on that side due to the heat.
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The bracket fits against the frame at the top. If you line the bottom hole up with the fairing panel as shown on the picture above, it should be easy to see where it locates on the frame. I think it goes behind the footrest rearset's bottom bolt, but I'm only going from memory from assembling Carlos' bike. Someone else may be able to confirm if you still need help.

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Belly Fairing

I second the heat shield on the inside of the fairing I too have had a problem with a melting panel...


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