As I was looking at how nice the Lynx Fairing was sitting pretty on the Red Head. I thought to myself that wouldn't be nice if I could quickly remove the Lynx and refite the dirt bike fairing that came with the bike. That way I can just do all single track all the time too. Am I asking too much? Lets see now

Once fitted the Lynx R Fairing is held on with only 2 bolts and 2 nuts. and one plug for all the power. All the bolts and nuts are very easily accessible 2x 10mm 2x12 mm and a simple two prong plug.

Instead of mounting the Voyager dash on the Lynx Fairing I will mount it to the upper handlebar clamp and make all the connections permanent,


First drill a couple of holes

DSCN4523 by Tom Timmerman, on Flickr

Then lets tap them and make like we are professionals and know what we are doing. Steady hand while taking pictures would help

DSCN4524 by Tom Timmerman, on Flickr

Mount the Voyager

DSCN4525 by Tom Timmerman, on Flickr

Check to make sure it all still works

DSCN4526 by Tom Timmerman, on Flickr

And the stock fairing still fits perfectly

DSCN4528 by Tom Timmerman, on Flickr


Only thing left on the bike is the Lynx lower mounting bracket, I will modify the stock fairing to fit this bracket

The whole process to remove and replace the fairings is less than 2 minutes with your two sockets on the ready.

DSCN4527 by Tom Timmerman, on Flickr

Next will be to modify the electrical system to be all 12 VDC

Here are the modifications required to the stock stator

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regulator modification P1 by Tom Timmerman, on Flickr

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regulator modification P2 by Tom Timmerman, on Flickr

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regulator modification P3 by Tom Timmerman, on Flickr

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regulator modification P4 by Tom Timmerman, on Flickr

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regulator modification P5 by Tom Timmerman, on Flickr