Here's a few shots of my fairing and Dash Build. This began as a Rally Fairing project several years ago, but got sidelined by life numerous times. I changed directions and stuck with what I know. Milspec equipment. Nothing fancy - get the job done.
First I did the Wheatwhacker mod to angle the windshield forward and open up the dash area. I have a Buell XB headlight installed too.
This is the new Dash, mounts to metal brackets behind the Wheatwhacker plates. I have a custom Quadlock & Rammount for my iphone on the left, and the right is my Rage windows CE GPS. Switches and breakers are marine grade & water resistant. Right is a dual USB jack, left is a standard 12v jack. One switch is for the Dash, the second is for the LED lights.
Here's a shot of the back:
Then I got a JNS light mount and a set of budget LED lights off Amazon and did a test install.
The lights are really bright, but there are some issues using them with the light bar. Nothing unusual there - I tend to modify everything to fit my projects.
The JNS bar is comes with 6mm holes for smaller lights. My lights showed up with 8mm brackets and hardware. If you look at the first picture, the bolt heads were too tall and rubbing on the fairing. The wiring that came with the light is heavily jacketed and stiff, making for a difficult install behind the fairing. I decided this would be a good time to pick up a new tool - the UniBit. I had already drilled out the light mount holes to use the 8mm hardware, now I added 2 holes for the wire management.
I took my grinder and made thin bolts.
Then reassembled - nice and clean now:
I have some issues to resolve with the dash. I did not use heavy enough metal, and the GPS vibrates more than I'd like. Looks like I need better side brackets and a thicker dash.
I'm also going to modify the Aux Light switch wiring so that I can turn them on directly, or I can have them follow the High beam. So I guess this is still a prototype - one more version needed to get it strong enough.
Hoping to get some pictures of the bike this week. Can't get a nice pic in my crowded garage.