First off the outer fairing has to be removed but the inner fairing only has to be take lose from the mount so it will move forward to clear the handle bar mounts. You may need to play with it some if you are using lower wind deflectors. The get in the way some. I was able to move it around enough for the inner to clear.
This how I save time, I do not remove anything until it is time and do not take anything apart that doesn't need to. In this photo you can see how I slid the mirror mount out of the way to work. If you are going to use the black powder coated bars take extra caution, you can scratch the bars easily.
When you start to remove the clutch side grip I use a small allen wrench that is round on the end so I will not puncture the grip. I then spray with WD40 thoroughly working the allen farther in as to get the WD40 around every part of the grip then work it until it turns lose.
This photo is the throttle side but you can see how to remove the weighted end by using wood as not to damage the chrome. Give good licks with the hammer them suckers are in there good.
In the lower part of the photo you will see 2 bolts on the fairing mount. There are 4, 2 at the bottom and 2 upward which are hid by the wiring but easily seen. Remove all 4. There are rubber washers with spacers that may come out at the same time if they do set them aside with the bolts, you do not want to lose these guys.
IN this photo you can see the handle bar mounts are exposed. You can put slight pressure on the windscreen (cover it for protection) and you can get to the allen screws on top and the bottom are easy to get to. These suckers are tight so make sure you have the allen all the way in before trying to loosen them.
In this photo you how you need to turn the bars backward to slid the clutch lever mount complete and the throttle housing complete. Normally it is not necessary to flip the bars but due to the length it is. When you flip the bars flip them upward mounting surface, upward.
This last photo is what the black powder coated bars looks like.
If you will be using the black powder coated bars it may be necessary to sand off the coating where the throttle will be. Mine was sticking so I had to remove some of the coating to free it up.
I had to cut the throttle cables ties to get enough slack for them not to be too tight. I had to stop before getting completely finished.
It isn't hard just time consuming.
Momma said to come in so I came in. Ya here me
Hope this helps someone down the road.