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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-03-2010, 06:38 PM Thread Starter
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Delkevic Fairing Install Questions

Ok, so I decided to install a set of delkevic fairings on my 2007 600rr. So far I have struggled through most of the fitment... and to this point they have been alright. However, I am not able to get the mids to attach to the upper under the headlight. Is there someone who has put on aftermarket fairings that can give me some advice here? Thanks.
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Pics would help a ton man. Mine are aftermarket (not Deks though) and they go on and off without a hitch. I also have an 06 so I'm not as familiar with your body style.

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you are at the most PITA part of installing the fairings

I had another person with me help me with that, I mad my dad install the clip under the headlight while I carefully placed the rest of the fairing in place and he held it up front to make sure we didnt break the clip and make sure it didnt come undone...

thats how I did it at least

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I don't know if you can do this on 07's but what I did on my 04 was I loosened up the fairing stay bolts so it could sway back and forth. This helped a bunch. Tightened it back up after everything was on.

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