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Old 12-27-2012, 07:30 AM   #271
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Preview of things to come....

So I figured I'd give you a preview of what's to come tomorrow.

Tail Fairing Installation

The parts... Fairing, Brake Light, and bag of neatly labelled fairing bolts.

Considering how long this re-build has taken.. If I hadn't bagged and accurately lablelled all bolts I pulled off the bike, there's no way in hell I would remember what bolts go where. TIP: ALWAYS BE ORGANISED.


Step 1: Install air vents.


Step 2: Install Brake Light.
For the record - I'm super happy with the fit of the tail fairing.


Step 3: As you go to fit the tail by stretching it over the sub-frame, don't forget to connect the brake light up!
In other news... it's by far the single most scary experience on this bike to date trying to stretch the tail fairing over the subframe. I was freaking that it was going to crack at any second.


The fit is fantastic, even on the side plastics.


My only complaint is some of the rough edges - mainly around the key lock. It's nothing that wasn't fixed with a sharp scalpel and some careful hands.


And finally... a preview of things to come.
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My mates have been reporting a doppleganger riding around but yeah it is indeed my bike on Halifax, I live just off there diagonally opposite the Greek. Do you work nearby?

I like the nut/bolt/washer thing with the rear cowl, mine sits a bit off so when I get around to it I'll get it sitting nice and flat.
I frequent the Rob Roy a lot, so yeah.. I tend to travel down Halifax quite a bit, and have always wondered if that was your bike out front or not.
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You would've seen me park on Halifax earlier this year because my girlfriend used to live on Halifax St, recently we've moved across the street just off Halifax so you won't see me parking on Halifax anymore.

Well it looks like we have a potential place to catch up once your bike is done and Nico and I are free! I'm pretty time poor now so it is unlikely I can head out for hills rides for the next 8 months

BTW the rim tape match the fairings nicely!
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Great thread....I love how the fairing stays always break even if you just look at them wrong.
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Lol I've become accustomed to seeing daily updates over the past week. Any from today haha
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Yes Atrang.. there are ;)

...Presenting....The completed bike.

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Upper Fairing Assembly

So Atrang asked, there was definitely much progress today.

Today's first task was to drink coffee, because let's face it.. there was no way in hell I was being productive without it.

After I had completed this crucial task, it was time to move onto the Upper fairing assembly.

This is where it all starts to get a little tricky. Unlike replacing existing fairings with aftermarkets, where all your bolts and fasteners exist.. and are in place, I didn't have that luxury.

Being a crashed bike, there was lots missing. I had previously gone through the exploded parts diagrams from Honda to determine what was missing, and ordered it in advance.... or so I thought.

Not to mention, I'd never actually put together, or taken apart the bodywork for a 2006 600rr... so today was pretty slow going as I tried to work off the exploded parts diagrams with a bit of guesswork...

Tinted Screen with well nuts installed:



The Front fairing with Screen installed: startin' to look sexy!



Front fairing with Air Intake Cover


It was at this point that I realised I didn't have the screws for this... mainly because they're NOT BLOODY SHOWN ON THE PARTS DIAGRAM.

*cue massive expletive laden rant*

So at this point I ran down to the hardware store again to pick up some 8 guage, 9mm self tapping screws and appropriate washers.

BEHOLD!


Time to assemble the air ducts and front spoiler.


and then install it into the front fairing.


At this point I went to install the headlight & wiring loom into the front fairing, only to discover that I'd forgotten to order the 5 bolts that hold the headlight in the front fairing.

*cue second massive expletive laden rant*

At this point it was 12:20pm, and I had resigned myself to the fact that despite my intentions.. it wasn't going to get finished today.
However I did call Hondaworld to place an order for the bolts.

Big props to Hondaworld at this point, as not only were they open, but they had them in stock too! They even stayed open until I got there to pick up the $5.50 worth of bolts :p Talk about service!

The illustrious bolts! (complete with OEM Honda packaging).


The Completed assembly:


And at this point in time... I politely remind you to LABEL EVERYTHING when you're doing rebuilds. It makes life so much easier when you need to put it all back together.
"Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance"


And the completed, and installed front fairing.

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Voila.

So... 14 months in the making, the moment everyone has been waiting for (and me the most)... I finished the bike today .

*insert applause here*

Just to remind you all what it started off like....





...and without further ado....





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Well done mate, it looks blinding!!!
Bet you're over the moon?!
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Auctmarts Fairing Fitment

So, I know that when I went to buy my aftermarket fairings there was really limited information on the fitment of any aftermarket brands..

I'm also going to do a massive review in the reviews section.

But for now, here's a whole heap of close-ups showing the fitment of the Auctmarts fairing kit.

Left Hand Side Front Fairing Issue
It turned out that the front fairing on the left hand side was a little long to fit (as shown in the pic below). It was a 5 minute job to sand it down a little with the dremel. After that, fit like a glove.


Front Nose Cracks
I didn't notice it until I had the fairing together, and they weren't there when I first unpacked the fairings from the box. Given how flexible the nose cone is without the air vents and headlight, I'm assuming it's been my handling that has caused these tiny cracks to occur - which is scary, because I was generally pretty gentle with the front fairing. I'll have to keep an eye on these to make sure they don't expand.

Rear Vent & Trimmed

and trimmed

Key Hole & Trimmed

and trimmed

Tank Fit
The tank fit is perfect... 'nuff said.

RHS Upper to Mid Join


RHS Air Duct Cover
There's a small gap where the right hand side air duct cover connects with the tank cover. This does not appear on the left hand side. It's noticeable.. but only if you're looking.

In terms of where the air duct covers meet up with the edge of the front fairing, and mid fairing panels, the fit is almost perfect. The Right hand side is shown in the pic, but the LHS is just as close.
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Auctmarts Fairing Fitment - Continued

Screen Fit
There is a small gap between the screen and front fairing, only noticeable at the upper end of the screen. The fit is almost perfect everywhere else. I can't tell whether this is the screen being slightly too small, or because the fairing is slightly too wide. Either way.. the issue is so insignificant it's not funny.

Mid to Bellypan Fit
It's a bit dark to see, but I thought I'd include it anyway. Fit here is almost perfect.
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Bet you're over the moon?!
Raj24v,
I'm pretty damn happy with how it's turned out.

I'll save the celebrations until it's been passed through the roadworthy assessment it requires before I can get it back on the road (legally).
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Yahoo, very nice! Leave the red ASVs on there, I didn't really notice it until I remembered you stating you were going to put on the standard ones.

Btw that is probably the best fitting kit I've seen and heard of anyone having with aftermarket fairings!
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Yahoo, very nice! Leave the red ASVs on there, I didn't really notice it until I remembered you stating you were going to put on the standard ones.

Btw that is probably the best fitting kit I've seen and heard of anyone having with aftermarket fairings!
Thanks Atrang... Yeah. I was pretty blody happy with the fitment. I was being really really intentionally picky in the posts I put up.

It took a bit of to-ing and fro-ing to wiggle it all into place and theres a few things that I notice having had to install them that nobody else will...but fitment wise I'm very very happy.

I wasn't sure about the Red ASV's. I was about to post a question to the thread asking 600rr.net what they thought. - I will change them back for regency though, just so I can say that the bike is stock in all forms except the fairings.

The next question is Tank Protector... Black/carbon or white.

No Tank Protector

White Tank Pad

HRC Tank Pad

ProGrip Tank Pad


Thoughts from 600rr.net? - I own all 3, so cost isn't a factor.

Oh, and for the record... Red levers, or no red levers.

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None or a carbon tank protectors as white will go brown on the edges down the track. If you must match colours for the levers then gold, blue or black would be better but yeah I don't think the red makes the bike look fugly.
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I am assuming you live in a great area for all of your stuff to be safe sitting out in the open?
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Definitely the carbon HRC tank pad along with black levers.
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I am assuming you live in a great area for all of your stuff to be safe sitting out in the open?
Yeah, it's all under a carport behind locked gates. Nobody can even see into the place. But I'm not at all concerned.
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So for all those playing along at home,

Now that the bike is complete, it is required to undergo two checks before it can be re-registered for road use.

Step 1: Tier 3 Vehicle Identity inspection (to ensure that the bike is not stolen/rebirthed etc.)

Step 2: Roadworthy inspection (to ensure that the bike meets Australian road rules).

Neither of these should be a problem, as I know the bike isn't stolen or rebirthed, and that the bike has been repaired to stock condition using genuine Honda parts, which means that it will comply with Australian Road Rules.

Either way, the first step (Tier 3 inspection) is booked for 8am Friday 18th January (First available spot).

After that, I can then book (and pay the fee for) the Roadworthy inspection too.
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Yeah, it's all under a carport behind locked gates. Nobody can even see into the place. But I'm not at all concerned.
Thats good.
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So for all those playing along at home,

Now that the bike is complete, it is required to undergo two checks before it can be re-registered for road use.

Step 1: Tier 3 Vehicle Identity inspection (to ensure that the bike is not stolen/rebirthed etc.)

Step 2: Roadworthy inspection (to ensure that the bike meets Australian road rules).

Neither of these should be a problem, as I know the bike isn't stolen or rebirthed, and that the bike has been repaired to stock condition using genuine Honda parts, which means that it will comply with Australian Road Rules.

Either way, the first step (Tier 3 inspection) is booked for 8am Friday 18th January (First available spot).

After that, I can then book (and pay the fee for) the Roadworthy inspection too.
I am not sure about your inspections there but usually they are a breeze to pass here in Michigan.
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I am not sure about your inspections there but usually they are a breeze to pass here in Michigan.
Depends if they like you or not, if they decide that you are being a tool they will fail your inspection for the stupidest things. However if you get along well with them they let stuff slide... They decided they didn't like my old man last time he went through there after repairing a mate's truck... he owned a suck truck business so the thing absolutely stank (grease trap contents from places like Chinese restaurants) and they weren't impressed when he drove it into their shed in the middle of summer.
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Depends if they like you or not, if they decide that you are being a tool they will fail your inspection for the stupidest things. However if you get along well with them they let stuff slide... They decided they didn't like my old man last time he went through there after repairing a mate's truck... he owned a suck truck business so the thing absolutely stank (grease trap contents from places like Chinese restaurants) and they weren't impressed when he drove it into their shed in the middle of summer.
I was starting to get worried Mate! Hadn't seen you online in days!
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Been down point sturt camping!
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Been down point sturt camping!
Awesome! figured you might have gone away.. it's just not like you to not comment on 600rr.net for 3 days in a row :p

Hope you enjoyed the time off!
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Depends if they like you or not, if they decide that you are being a tool they will fail your inspection for the stupidest things. However if you get along well with them they let stuff slide... They decided they didn't like my old man last time he went through there after repairing a mate's truck... he owned a suck truck business so the thing absolutely stank (grease trap contents from places like Chinese restaurants) and they weren't impressed when he drove it into their shed in the middle of summer.
I know the guy that we use and he loves us because of all the business my buddies shop gives him. He even passes us on stuff that is not repaired as long as there is proof that it has been ordered and we are waiting on the part.
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Tidying up

So, now that the bike is "finished" it's just a matter of tidying a few things up.... before the modding begins

Firstly - the "progrip" carbon fibre appearance gas cap cover had to go.
Not only was there nothing "pro" about it, but it had become brittle, and successfully sun faded to a horrible brownish colour. (not to mention that the previous muppet hadn't centered it, and it was really starting to bug my OCD)


Going...


Going...


Gone!


...and tidied up with a bit of Metho

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Levers

Next thing to tidy up was to change out the ASV shorty levers to the stock levers for the roadworthy tests.

The original levers had come with the bike in his bag of horrors, I mean spares.

I'd stored a whole heap of gear in plastic tubs with lids as I've been working outside.

Turns out at some stage the tub must have got water in it...


Thankfully, for the low low price of $12.99 China came to the rescue.
http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....m=280956154985

Estimated delivery is between the 15th and the 21st of January. The Tier 3 inspection is on the 18th, smack bang in the middle. Lets hope all goes well.
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Thankfully, for the low low price of $12.99 China came to the rescue.
http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....m=280956154985

Estimated delivery is between the 15th and the 21st of January. The Tier 3 inspection is on the 18th, smack bang in the middle. Lets hope all goes well.
Just to give credit where credit is due, I got an email from the seller telling me that the item had been packaged, and collected by the courier in Hong Kong (including picture)

Hopefully this means they'll arrive before the 18th considering its being shipped airmail.

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