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post #1 of 5 Old 05-23-20, 14:04 Thread Starter
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Reposition regulator with track fairings

Hi guys,
I'm in the middle of fitting together track fairings and would like some input on where/ how you mounted the regulator within the fairings, given that I don't want to drill additional externally facing holes on the upper fairings.

I am thinking just drilling the inner fill and attaching via bolt.

My other thought was wanting to make sure it had enough airflow.

Bike is a 2012 R, if that makes any difference.

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I bolted mine to the inlet tunnel. Only been to track once but it worked well. I’m not sure the short time on the track is enough to cause overheating issues.
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I bolted mine to the inlet tunnel. Only been to track once but it worked well. Iím not sure the short time on the track is enough to cause overheating issues.
Mine is the same and have seen it this way on other Daytonas.
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Nice,
I ended up bolting it against the bottom of the nose cone which worked well enough. I figured a couple of small gaps between the intake and windscreen would provide enough airflow. No issues so far!
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Gonna try it Thanks
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