Looking great! Don't you just love new paint?
Have you scratched it yet?
"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe."
Did somebody say "new paint"?
Are you replacing the strip gasket between the inner and outer fairing? You need to glue the strip to the edge of the inner fairing. I just did this. There is a product called automotive goop i got at my local auto parts store. I have also seen it sold as shoe goop. It does an excellent job. Any mess can be cleaned off with acetone ( nail polish remover) which doesn't mar the plastic or the gasket. You will also need a bunch of those large spring clips fron the office supply I used 1.25" wide ones. It sets in about an hour so can do the whole gasket (one side) in an evening if you do it in manageable 10" or so sections. Max didn't list the lower gaskets any more but they are the same as top gasket so buy 4 of those and cut to fit the lower pieces. The glue goes on the back side not the side shown in photo as the gasket is split to slide over the edge of the plastic.
Why not use gel contact cement from Lowe's etc for that seal strip?
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