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post #1 of 6 Old 12-01-12, 12:31 Thread Starter
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Long time lurker first time poster.
I fitted a set of GB racing covers to my 2012 Daytona today and removed both side fairings in the process. (Fantastic write up in the 'How to' section on how to do this by the way.
After refitting the fairing I've noticed a pipe and a cable running next to the horn/radiator and I am unsure of the routing for these.
Just in case I've made a mistake could someone please post a picture looking up at the horn/radiator from the front wheel if you have one.
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Photo not needed now, I had a couple of cables from the RHS incorrectly routed.
Good practice by taking off the fairing again, only takes 5 minutes now.

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post #3 of 6 Old 12-02-12, 16:01
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O yah the bolts gb gives u I think are two long possibly, I remember getting maintenance done and they switched out bolts that where securing sliders. They had noticed a very small leak. Gb might of fixed this prob I got mine back in 2009. Just keep a look out.

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Thanks for the heads up,
The bolts didn't bottom out and torqued up okay but ill keep an eye on them just in case.
I had a set on my Street Triple last year and they were quality.

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O yah read on a diff thread, make sure u put thread lock on them.

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I'll do that, thanks
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