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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-10-2009, 08:36 PM Thread Starter
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Let's play the "What does this bike need to be 100%" game!!!!!!!!

I purchased this 2008 600rr yesterday for a steal.

Now I know I'm going to need the "T" fairings, the middle fairings, and the one for the front.

But what else can the experts on the 2008 see that I can't?




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an Auctmarts fairing kit...
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I'd like to keep the bike OEM.

The third picture down....is there something missing to the headlight?
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Bumpity.

There is a part I can't figure out.

First picture it's at the VERY top left in front of the clutch lever. It's a plastic piece that go's around the headlight.

2n'd picture down you can notice the right headlight has the black plastic on the right side of the lens, but on the left side it's missing.

I've looked all over and I cannot for the life of me figure out what this part is called.

So far I think I have it down to.....

Clutch lever
Rear brake lever
shifter side engine cover
upper cowl
T fairings
upper middle fairings
The unknown piece
and the metal piece the mirrors screw into that holds the speedo.
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as far as i know, the headlight has always been 1 piece. so if one side of your lights is droopin... it's broken.
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I took it all apart last night.

The headlights are fine. All the clips on the fairing stay broke so that's why everything is saggin'.
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Went downstairs and took some pics.

As you can see the headlight is in one piece and none of the tabs are broken.


This picture here shows the fairing stay and the tab's ripped off it.


And here is the mysterious piece I don't know the name to.


So all I need is the two mysterious pieces, a fairing stay, a front cowl, and the left side plastics. I've got everything else I need now.
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ram-air cover. or upper cowl on the micro fiche.
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The black piece you're pointing to in the last picture is a headlight cover. If you go to bikebandit.com it's part 4 on the lower cowl diagram.

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Yes, you can buy fairing from us. We do good job and give you good price.

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check out the microfiche on ronayers

http://fiche.ronayers.com/Index.cfm/...Model/CBR600RR



that bike has been designed just for me , it's too much for a kid like you

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