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F3 Fairing Swap - March 14, 2009, 08:31 PM

Hello all! I've been trying to do some research and have been getting conflicting opinions, so thought I would try to get some more in order to widen the polling sample. I have a 95 CBR 600 F3 with some pretty beat up fairings. I was wondering how easy/hard it is to put a set of the 97-98 fairings on in its place. From what I've read so far is most mountings match up with the exception of the taillight needing to be replaced and that there might be a gap between the seat and rear section, and so the seat could optionally be replaced. What have any of you heard or experienced in regards to the compatibility between the early and late model F3s. Thanks everyone for your input.

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