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Mounting Cheetah Racing Body to SV
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Mounting Cheetah Racing Body to SV - February 24, 2006, 01:21 PM

I got my Cheetah Race Body and, to my surprise and delight, it came with some metal brackets for mounting, but unfortunately no instructions. Anyone have any pictures of how you've mounted full fairings to an SV, so I can figure out how to use these brackets?

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February 24, 2006, 02:04 PM

instructions were printed on the back of the parts.

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Post some pictures of the mounting hardware.


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February 24, 2006, 06:14 PM

I will try once I get back to Richmond, as I left it there. I'm going to try to mount it this weekend. I called Cheetah, and the guy gave the the high level summary of which piece of hardware goes to which piece of bodywork, and cound some pictures of sharkskins mounted to an SV so I have an idea of how it might work (i.e. left side attached to kickstand mounting point, etc. so I may be able to figure it out)
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