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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 11-01-2007, 12:40 AM Thread Starter
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Lower fairing discoloration?

Has anyone had discoloration on their lower fairing of their F4. It's definately in the paint and was kind of thinking it was heat related since it not around the heatshield area of the lower fairing. It is on the lower fairing so at least it's not obvious.

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Sounds like the fairing is too close to the pipe somewhere. I had this on my track fairings but not my original ones. I simply put an extra piece of heat foil where is was being discloured.
Also check that your fairing bottom (right at the front), is located properly over the 2 rubber locating grommets in the front Vee piece directly behind the front wheel, if not this throws the whole bottom alignment out.

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Yeah, I was thinking about that as far as the foil goes. I will check the mounting locations again, but since I noticed they were a pain to begin with the first time off I usually get them right. Maybe one time I was off. Thanks for the response

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