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Race Tail Fairing Mounting

My race bike has an arrow exhaust and race glass that came when I bought the bike. The previous owner removed the factory "heat shield" when replacing either the exhaust or body and created a home made bracket for the tail glass. I want to close the gap between the tail and the muffler just to clean up the cosmetics a bit. Looking for pictures of some setups, I'm thinking of buying a factory heat shield and trying to make it work. Would love to see what other have done. Added some photos for reference.

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No reason why the stock heat shield or a carbon fiber one wont work.. I swap between my street and track skins, and never removed the CF 675R heat shield.

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No reason why the stock heat shield or a carbon fiber one wont work.. I swap between my street and track skins, and never removed the CF 675R heat shield.
How does the stock heat shield mount? Figured I could find one on ebay or here.

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Race tail with stock carbon fiber shield. No extra mounting bolts required for the tail, just dowel + foam rubber + cloth tape.
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Race tail with stock carbon fiber shield. No extra mounting bolts required for the tail, just dowel + foam rubber + cloth tape.
Thanks for the pictures. What I didnt realize is that the heat shield mounts to the exhaust can. Mine has no provisions for it to be bolted to. I might buy a used shield and work on coming up with my own mounting system over the winter. It will be a good little busy project for me.

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