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Need schematics of Z1R fairing area

Trying to fit fairing onto head stalk of Kawa Z1R 1978 but think I am missing some parts - need photo or schematics of front end with fairing and clocks

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Need schematics of Z1R fairing area - 654f298.jpgSending just the front since you wanted the fairing area, I have the other half if you need it, good luck.

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