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fairing keeps coming apart what do i do? (PICTURES)

so i can be riding along all fine and dandy and i go to park, and boom i have this!





sometimes it happens, sometimes its fine, but it happens more often than not... what do you guys recommend i do to just make sure its tighter fit together? they are OEM fairings btw thanks for any input

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Same thing here i loosened the tank bolt right under those plastics. It allows the tank to spread a lil and hold in place.


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Same thing here i loosened the tank bolt right under those plastics. It allows the tank to spread a lil and hold in place.


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loosen the tank bolt? not dangerous or chance of it coming apart??

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loosen the tank bolt? not dangerous or chance of it coming apart??

I mean not all the way just a lil so it spreads a bit.. Theres a bolt on each side of that plastic right under where its coming apart. Play with that i had the same issue, ill see if i can find a link there was a couple of threads about this.


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I would recommend you to remove the side fairing, the ram air covers and reinstall the again... Be really precise when mounting the ram air covers so that the tabs fit tight and perfect!

(thats a bitchy parts indeed)



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I would recommend you to remove the side fairing, the ram air covers and reinstall the again... Be really precise when mounting the ram air covers so that the tabs fit tight and perfect!

(thats a bitchy parts indeed)

do not know how to do that, is there a tutorial somewhere?

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I mean not all the way just a lil so it spreads a bit.. Theres a bolt on each side of that plastic right under where its coming apart. Play with that i had the same issue, ill see if i can find a link there was a couple of threads about this.

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I looked but couldn't find it, it was a couple months ago my history doesnt show that far back for some reason


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do not know how to do that, is there a tutorial somewhere?
Well, I really don't knwo if there is any tutorial...

I can tell you that it is something you'll learn while you are at it... It's no rocket science...

1st removethe side fairing bolts and the remove the part... Once you did this you'll be able to re-fit the part that is popping out... then refit the mid fairing and you are good to go..



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Don't just loosen the tank bolts. Go buy some washers that are the same size and add more that way you can still tighten them down. Then check them anytime you're in there! I had the exact same issue. Also like stated make sure you are installing them and clipping everything together properly.

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Chinese fairings?
No doubt....



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Yeah I don't think that design was ever original from Honda...

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no guys like it can go in, i took the picture when it came out... it can go into its place but since its not tightly sealed in, it likes to open up...

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no guys like it can go in, i took the picture when it came out... it can go into its place but since its not tightly sealed in, it likes to open up...
We know what you're saying. I posted a thread when I first got my bike asking the same thing. You need to get washers on that tank bolt so it comes out more. I did and it is 100% now.

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EDITED...

I thought it was an 05... Just saw the signature picture... sorry!



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We know what you're saying. I posted a thread when I first got my bike asking the same thing. You need to get washers on that tank bolt so it comes out more. I did and it is 100% now.

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where do i get washers for the tank bolt? know anyone selling?

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You can go to any car parts store and find washers there, or even a hardware store.
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Where that screw, screws into it's like a bracket it could be bent in that's what happened Me after I crashed that braket was bent so my fairing kept popping out where yours is I just replaced it and it fixed the problem for me Click image for larger version

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where do i get washers for the tank bolt? know anyone selling?
Take the tank bolt out and go find one at any hardware store. If you want to be exact then take one of the washers with you. I didn't buy matching one...just ones that fit the bolt. Fit a few..tighten....if it doesn't come all the way together add until it does. Mine only took a few extra. I think two.

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Knarly gash man. Where did you get that?

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