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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 03-30-2016, 11:53 AM Thread Starter
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Fairing bracketry questions.

I bought new fairings for my bike. The brackets to bolt them to the motorcycle are long gone. Anybody have some pictures of them so I can make sure I've ordered the correct ones?

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Okay, we'll start with the lower cowlings first.

There are a total of 3 brackets 11045, 11045A, & 11045B diagram below. Part # 11045-1861, 11045-1864, 11045-1865


The upper cowling only has 1, 11046 diagram below.Part # 11046-1289


Be careful when getting the upper bracket used, these have be known to break at some of the welds, and it also gets bent if the bike has been down, and/or dropped. So be sure if your buying one used, to check it out very carefully, if it's bent, broken or has been fixed, pass and keep looking elsewhere for another.

This piece is key because if it's bent the cowling won't line up properly and also the mirrors, and instrument also attach to the bracket, and everything will be out of wack.

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Bottom seems simple enough. Where do these top ones go? Packaging said upper left and right?

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From the picture it's hard to tell, but I'm going to say the coil brackets.

They are spot welded to the engine mounts from Kawasaki. Not needed for cowling attachments.

32029 & 32029A

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So the upper is only held on by the 4 tank mounting holes?

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Yes, kinda, it bolts to the tank, be careful to not install too long of a bolt, you might put a hole in the tank.

On the front of the upper bracket you'll have two pins, these fit into the upper cowling which has a rubber mounting hole, and the mirrors bolt to the bracket as well to hold the cowling at the front as well.

On another note, your running a Muzzy so you'll have to trim the lower cowling, otherwise it will melt.

See the link below for more details.
http://faq.ninja250.org/wiki/Muzzy_Exhaust

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Crap if the mirrors bolt to the bracket my eBay piece is screwed up. Back to looking at pictures to find something correct. Probably weld it myself worst case.

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This is my new mount. Original was destroyed.


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Your fine, no worries there.

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Does it look correct? I'll find out more in the morning but it didn't seem like the mirrors bolted up to anything other than the fairing itself.

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