Went on easy, There is a bit of flex needed but not to hard to do. My concern is it scraps easy on hard fast turn. So it will need to come off soon. Soft aluminum corners will be gone fast.
We have two F6B's. Mine has the wingstuff brand belly pan. I just purchased the Show Chrome one for my wife's bike. Easy to install but not the front section is not nearly as easy to access and reinstall when changing oil. The Wingstuff brand has two twist screws that turn about a quarter of an inch to release the front section when changing oil. Very easy. The show chrome on the other hand, has two Allen head screws that release the front section. This makes it more difficult when replacing after an oil change. You have to line up the holes perfectly to screw back in and then use an Allen wrench while lying upside down. One belly pan is easier to install and the other is easier to use. Something to consider when buying.
Had one of these on my 91 wing and just figured safer than sorry and ordered for my new baby. Took a little more work to fit between the fairing....but worth the effort....looks nice. I don't really hold very long expectations for the paint...but easy enough to touch up from time to time. Good buy and solid fit!
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