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what is the different ??
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Re: cowling bracket

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Looking at them, it would possibly be the tab for routing a harness on the LHS. :popcorn :thumbup

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Ok
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dimension are all the same?
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dimension are all the same?
I cannot say for sure. :?

I do not know but I am sure the upper fairing/cowling outer on the later A3-5 bikes is the same size as the Turbo but the numbers differ due to the colour schemes. :popcorn

The other possible difference is the mounting point spacing/position of the frame. I will have a look later to see whether I have one of each knocking about somewhere. :beer
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Pretty sure the earlier NA is different though. Theres a chopped up bracket on the spares bike where someone fitted the earlier fairing & it didnt fit properly. I now the proper fairing but still need the bracket.
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The A1 is the one to avoid. Other than the frame mounting points probably being different due to the frame being different, it does not have the mid-panel mounting slots. The edge is sort of flared along the lower edges as well for easy identifying.

For the record, the ZX1100A fairing is a bit bigger and does not fit. :cop

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The later N/A frame sits the fairing higher. I can't remember how much, but it's quite a bit, 1/2 to 1". Otherwise they're the same. It's only the triangle shaped bracket with the 2 bolts in it to the frame that's different from memory, I think the 'outriggers' still line up once you cut off and change the triangle bracket.(I could be wrong about that bit, it was a long time ago).
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Purely a left field idea but you computer types could use a free software called Meshroom to make a 3d model of each frame and then overlay the models in CAD to see the differences. All that is needed is a cell phone with a camera and a PC with an NVIDIA graphics card. Enjoy .
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