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...and, mother effer!, it's not worth it. Taking the outer shell of the fairing off? No problem. Taking off the last four screws (two each side) behind the front forks to remove the inner fairing? Painful! Painful! Definitely not worth the time invested for minimal gain. I should've waited until later when I upgrade to 6.5" front speakers and made a day of it.

Thought I'd vent. Thanks for letting me rant!
 

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Thanks for the info. I was thinking about changing the inner fairing out for a color-matched one but had not thought about the effort required. If I do buy it, I'll let the selling dealer put it on for me.

One note: Mine came with the black bezels. I didn't even know it was different until I saw a friend's identical bike and noticed that his were chrome. I wonder why mine came with them already on when both bikes were the same model (2011 Ness XCs).
 

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...and, mother effer!, it's not worth it. Taking the outer shell of the fairing off? No problem. Taking off the last four screws (two each side) behind the front forks to remove the inner fairing? Painful! Painful! Definitely not worth the time invested for minimal gain. I should've waited until later when I upgrade to 6.5" front speakers and made a day of it.

Thought I'd vent. Thanks for letting me rant!
You need a long ball end,allen wrench to get at those screws, I just took mine off to put a switch in the inner fairing for my heated grips. Not a lot of fun but well worth the effort.
 

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Here you go.
 

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Looks great!! Nice work!

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