Hello I would like to give an update of how my Auctmart fairings installation will go. I plan on documenting everything on this thread as soon as I get the fairings.
As of 2/05/2016 I ordered my fairings through Auctmarts as a custom paint job. I contacted them through email and sent the picture of what I would like my fairings to look like. They said that was possible and they were having a sale for $379.99 for a full kit so I ordered it through a Paypal request that they sent me.
As of 2/25/2016 - I ordered my fairings through Auctmarts on as a custom paint job. I contacted them through email and sent the picture of what I would like my fairings to look like. They said that was possible and they were having a sale for $379.99 for a full kit so I ordered it through a Paypal request that they sent me.
As of 2/24/2016 (19 days later) I finally got a confirmation picture of the fairings I ordered (completed). They asked me to verify that everything was the way I wanted it. Auctmats said I would get shipping confirmation soon. (or so I thought)
As of 3/10/2016 I was sent a tracking number for my fairings!!! YES!!!! FINALLY BEING SHIPPED!!!!
As of 3/14/2016 THE FAIRINGS ARE HERE! It's about time. So excited to get started.
(Bolt Kit) I ordered a complete fairing bolt kit (Screw Head color Flat Black) from BikeBolts. They were a little pricey totaling to 65.97. HOWEVER, this kit includes the screws, washers, speed nuts (as required), well nuts (as required), lock nuts (as required), and push pin rivets (as required) to install the fairings. As well as instructions for installation of hardware. Total quantity of parts included in the kit is 161 pieces. NOTE: I search for a promo code and found this code for 25% off: 4forum20. This deducted $16.49 from my total and out the door I paid 54.02 including shipping. You cant beat the price. Great quality and instructions. Order at BIKEBOLTS, The motorcycle fastener source
WARNING: THESE BOLTS ARE NOT PERFECT FIT AND WILL NOT COME WITH THE CORRECT COWL NUT SETTINGS REQUIRED FOR HONDA! to be successful you will NEED to transfer as much of the old hardware as possible. This was not possible for me be because the person who owned this bike before me switched to really low quality hardware and basically replaced EVERY good bolt on this bike with ones that kinda-sorta fit.