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Under the rear mudguard there are invariably 2 bolts (usually requiring a 10mm wrench) that are symmetrically mounted and pass through the mudguard then into the seat. Remove those and the seat will come right off. It can be a bit of a hassle getting them back on. Don't tighten either one until you have them both started. Good illumination is key. Get a wearable headlamp from R.E.I. if you don't already have one.
Presuming that the cissy bar is designed for the bike, there is no need to drill holes. There is a chrome curve mounted on the rear mudguard by two allen bolts. You remove the two bolts and depending on the make of the cissy bar you have simply use the bolts to fix the cissy bar over the top of the original chrome.
There are dozens of cissy bars from various aftermarket manufacturers, so it's hard to be precise. Some come with a spacer that fits into the recess on the chrome curve to hold the side of the mounting away from the chrome, some don't. Some come with extended bolts for you to use, some don't. All in all however it's a very simple and fairly intuitive bit of kit and should only take you about 15 minutes to bolt up.
If you would like to drop a comment on this thread with the make and model of the item you plan to buy, and if you have it, a link to the item so that I can take a look at it, I'll give you some more information about fitting, but you really shouldn't need any. It really is an easy job
Hi Miv76, call, take a ride or trailer your bike over to your local dealers service/parts department, I'm sure they will be happy to take your Harley Davidson for a test ride if necessary/possible and offer professional advice and assistance concerning your issue. Good luck have a nice day.
and need the small black plastic panels that bolt onto the bottom of the fairings
I tried http://www.apriliayorkshire.co.uk but cant find any diagram with these panels ....!
What are they called and where can I buy them ?
,Its called Lower fairing, black
You can find it under Genuine Aprilia Front body - Front mudguard spare parts for SL 1000 Falco . Look up part number 5
Here it is at AF1 listing . Part number AP8158773. Aprilia Yorkshire list its for 47.18 pounds
i\´m only 5-4 thanks Not sure if you have solved this yet. But I have Kouba Links on ALL of my bikes. Pegaso included. Excellent product. They run about $150 and are obtainable on-line (koubalink.com) I drop my the full 2,,
meaning that they all overheat. just want to check with you guys if it happens to you too. thx Only in slow heavy traffic (or at very slow speed AND in very hot weather) but if the fan works alright do not worry. It should get cooler as soon as you start riding normally again, i.e. around 20/30 mph. ,,,