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Old Nov 6th 2017, 07:58 AM   #61
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Belly Pan install

OK so this mounting bracket is a game changer.




Belly pan fits like a glove and mounts easily and securely with the bracket in place. I note a few things for anyone else going down this path:

1.) You must have either Akra or Termi exhaust. A full system makes things even easier.

2.) Cooling fan, kickstand and kickstand hanger must be removed. (Circled below)



3.) When in place the belly pan tugs slightly on the radiator and pulls it back towards the rear of the bike about 1/4". It doesn't seem to create a problem as the rubber washers on the mounting points allow some flex. Hoses are still secure. I don't see a problem here (does anyone else??)

4.) In order for the cans to mount up, these forward hanger brackets need to be grind off the Akra exhaust. Then the exhaust will only mount from the primary hanger mounts and kept secure with a snug fit on the pipes and the various springs.




Let me know if you guys have more questions. More photos:








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Old Nov 6th 2017, 09:35 AM   #62
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great information. thanks.
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Old Nov 6th 2017, 12:20 PM   #63
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Is that mount blocking the drain plug?
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Old Nov 6th 2017, 12:25 PM   #64
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Originally Posted by Twistedracer View Post
Is that mount blocking the drain plug?
Nope....now that you ask I see that it looks that way in the photo, but it isn't.

Once you drop the exhaust and the belly pan, the mounting bracket is not in the way. Even if it were, it's off and on again with two bolts.
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Old Nov 6th 2017, 04:11 PM   #65
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Originally Posted by NW1299 View Post
Nope....now that you ask I see that it looks that way in the photo, but it isn't.

Once you drop the exhaust and the belly pan, the mounting bracket is not in the way. Even if it were, it's off and on again with two bolts.
Are you required to remove the bellypan for pre-race tech? If so, I assume you have to pull the cans as well?
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Old Nov 8th 2017, 08:43 AM   #66
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I put the Kraitech (or however you spell it) and do not remove the belly pan. I do remove the right fairing which makes it easier for tech to see the radiator cap safety wired and see the safety wire from the drain bolt up.


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Old Nov 8th 2017, 08:56 AM   #67
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Originally Posted by MotoX183 View Post
Are you required to remove the bellypan for pre-race tech? If so, I assume you have to pull the cans as well?
No they grant an exemption for Panigales because they know they have this "issue".

They can see it's installed and have other ways to clear you through tech.




Also one point I forgot to mention that I realized yesterday--the belly pan is supposed to go in between the radiator shroud and the lower radiator itself. There's a section of plastic that needs to be cut off in order to fit it in here.
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Old Nov 13th 2017, 03:01 PM   #68
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Was going to wait to share these but the bike looks too good.

I had some free time over the weekend and decided to get the fairings fully fitted and apply the tank grips, foam seat pad and brake lever guard. Overall really happy with the fitment of these MotoXP fairings.

No exhaust right now because I still need to grind off the forward mounting tabs. Also needs number plates and some stickers but otherwise, what do you guys think?



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Old Nov 13th 2017, 03:59 PM   #69
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Looks good. What brand windscreen is that? I just got body work from motoxp and have been shopping for a windscreen.
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