I used epoxy on all of mine. Seems to hold fine.got my inner mounted on and put the outside on and one of the inserts the bolts screw in came loose, i jb welded all of them tried to put it back on and two came loose. Did anyone have this same problem and maybe someone has a solution to this problem, other than this i like it but am getting frustrated with it. thanks for any help or ideas
Done. Thanks guys. One more question. Did you guys run your cable in front of your trees or behind your trees?
Downside - You'll have to stop more frequently for food . . .Woohoo, just got my stock bars in the mail today! I need to swap out my drag bars and then I can mock up the reckless fairing and do a final adjustment before I get it painted, should be short time now for me to get it on my bike! I won't look like this after rides anymore!
My cables are still in front of the trees but I would rather them be behind since I am eventually going to get risers with some pullback. If I would have thought of it when I have my forks out removing my covers I would've done it then.Done. Thanks guys. One more question. Did you guys run your cable in front of your trees or behind your trees?
The good news is you can move the cables without removing the forks, as long as you can get underneath the top triple tree clamp to remove your bars. If you can, just remove the bars (laying them down on a heavy blanket on your tank...or have someone hole them), and then loosen the upper pinch bolts and remove the stem nut. Pull the top clamp off, move your cables back behind it, and then put everything back together. The lower pinch bolts will hold the forks in place, as long as they are tightened to spec.My cables are still in front of the trees but I would rather them be behind since I am eventually going to get risers with some pullback. If I would have thought of it when I have my forks out removing my covers I would've done it then.
You could go with an Otterbox and some type of handlebar mount. I just bought this Garmin GPS mount off eBay that some others on the board have bought. I wanted it on my bars to get it as high as I could without having to look down too far to see it. I also wanted it to the side and not directly in front of the stereo. The quality is good, and the price was right. I'm not worried about a waterproof enclosure, because I can take it off when it starts raining and just put it in my rain suit. I may still opt for the Otterbox, though, so I don't have to worry about it on long trips. I also bought the Gilsson direct wire for it, so I'll have it powered full-time when the bike is on.Has anyone found a good bag to put under the stereo on this fairing. Ideally I would like one that will cover the whole handle bar mount and has a clear cover so I can put my gps in it.