I did a number of projects on the Windjammer II fairing: disassembled the fairing, repaired cracks, removed the old paint, painted it to match the bike (Monza, or Metallic Blue), and painted pinstripes .You can read about that work in these write-ups.
Now it’s time to assemble the fairing again and mount it on the bike. I wrote-up how I did this work here.
It required installing the headlight assembly, the side reflectors, new chome edge trim, the Vetter name plate, removing old decals and deep scratches from the windscreen and modifying the fairing bracket so it doesn’t gouge the paint on the frame (I hope).
Here are a couple pictures from the write-up.
New Silicon Seal on Headlight Bracket
Attaching Chrome Headlight Retaining Ring
Finished Headlight Installation
New Windjammer Chrome Edge Trim
Heating Chrome Trim with Heat Gun to Form to Tight Radius Curves
Adjusting Fairing Edge with Dremel Tool to Align Chrome Trim
Taping Chrome Edge Trim While Hotcha Glue Dries
Dremel Tool to Trim End of Chrome Trim
Use Razor Blade to Gently Peel Edge
Lighter Fluid Loosens Glue Along Exposed Edge
Novus #3 and Rubbing with Lint Free Cloth to Remove Deep Scratches
Scratches Are Gone 🙂
Taping Name Plate Down While Silicone Seal Sets
Windscreen Foam Tape Gaskets Attached
Hollow Bolt Inside Faring to Attach Turn Signal Stalk with Wiring
Turn Signal Installed
Plastic Edging as Gaskets on Lower Bracket
Windjammer Fairing & Bracket Mounted on R75/5