Hi, did you have to cut the original headlight since that is much longer than the S2 fairing? Or does the fairing come with the new back side of the headlight where you keep just the front end with the bulb and reflector?So the part is pretty good quality, came painted (paint job could have been done better) in matte black and with all necessary mounting hardware (including two leftover brackets that I have no idea what they were for... always a good sign). This may have been avoided if the instructions weren't so crappy - one page black and white photo that tells you where to stash wires was the entirety of the written help you can expect.
I used two micro LED indicators in place of the top fixing screws to secure it at the top. This was made possible by the fact that the indicators had M6 threads, which is pretty rare when it comes to indicators. If not for those bad boys I don't know what I would have done for turn signals.
Anyone? really keep to get this ordered and fitted but would like to tie the whole job up as one with the LED bulb.After getting this fitted do any of you think it would be possible to fit an aftermarket LED bulb into the fairing possibly using the outer ring from original light or maybe 3d printing something if required? Want to try and achieve the JVB look but for a bit less ££!
Anyone? really keep to get this ordered and fitted but would like to tie the whole job up as one with the LED bulb.
Really like the look this but was wondering does the fairing just bolt on with the two nuts at the bottom or does it attach at the top as well.have been riding around with the fairing on for a few month now but finally got the gaiters on. got lowered bars too and fed the electrical wiring internally. Think S2 has really done a good job with their fairing and although I do prefer the Super 7 version, the S2 is totally worth the savings.
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