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Old 05-06-2009, 10:42 AM   #1
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Need some race fairing help 07 GSXR 750

Ok so I have this project in mind for my 07 GSXR 750 that I saw in a magazine. I want to install a set of race fairings on the front and leave the OEM tail to keep the turn signals & stuff for street legal riding.

My question involves the uppers & lowers. I found the Armour Bodies kit and really like the look of it. My idea for the headlight is to cut a hole in the front nose area and run a single PIAA headlight. I'll also mount some flushmount turn signals as well.

Now I just need to know where to start. Do I just pull all of the OEM stuff from the front end and get rid of it (aside from harnesses)? Is there anything I need to keep?

How difficult is it to drill a set of race fairings?

Man it sucks to have a cool idea in your head, but I can't seem to get started. Any help is appreciated & I apologize for all of the questions
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Old 07-28-2009, 11:19 AM   #2
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take the headlights off the orignal fairings

once the headlights are off take a piece of paper or cardboard and make a stencil of the shape of the headlights

take the stencil and put it of the new fairings and start cutting with more slack from the inside...remember you can always cut more if its not fitting right but make sure you dont over cut

Tip: you can also use a dremil with a sanding bit and shart shavin alot of the plastic and take a fine sand papper so smooth out the edges

just pm me if you need more help.

ive installed and painted body kit for cars so sometimes we had to make custom cuts on the kits to install original lights ect. thats how i used to make lights fit on aftermarket kits
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Old 07-28-2009, 11:34 AM   #3
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Why not just buy the lower belly pan? Just curious.
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