Join Date: Sep 2015
Location: Chittering Valley Western Australia
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The fairings do take some removing & I found the worst was the connection of the two fairings in front of the headers. It does seem to have fewer fasteners than most which is good & it does become easier if you lube some of the rubber to plastic connections before re fitting, & it is easier second time around as you know how they should come off. One hour removal was much better than my time. I also found difficulty in checking the coolant level, but my other bike has the expansion bottle inside the fairing so I used the same system. Put the bike on a level stand & turn the front wheel so the bottle is visible, then shine a good torch on it, now hold the wheel or the forks & gently rock the bike & you should see the coolant moving in the bottle. This will give you a good idea of the coolant level. Good luck.