Decisions, decisions,…

Race Version Storage Version
I do the body work and paint it for $295 plus $150 shipping [savings $100]. I do the body work and paint it for $395 plus $150 shipping [savings $100].
To paint my fairing, I need a small container of Bondo, sandpaper, a spray can of primer, and a spray can of paint. I can do it myself and save. If I do the finishing, it will be a new experience ~ no fiberglass work for me.

In the meantime, I’ve prepared my CT700 to receive Jeff’s tail fairing.

Here I’ve removed the 2 triangle bags, the fender, and the stainless steel bottles that I hid my DiNotte batteries in, as well as the down-tube bag that concealed my AirZound Horn bottle.

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A slot from above. My 2 DiNotte batteries are strapped on the seat cross-member. I’ve stretched the neck rest cover over its bracket.

Another side view showing the battery position. At this point, I intend to get the racing version of the fairing, with no storage. my water bag is mounted beneath the seat.

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Nothing new on the left side. My Garmin Edge 305 GPS is not mounted in this photo.

My former DiNotte battery holder [the stainless steel water bottle, withe the bottom removed] now conceals the AirZound Horn bottle. I’ve also relocated my Garmin Nuvi GPS. Ultimately, I’ll use and Edge 705.

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I’ve moved my cell-phone from the center to the right handlebar extender and well as the AirZound Horn. Once I put on the front faring, I may well relocate a few more items.