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Repsol SP Fairing Conversion Part Numbers

I thought I would put a list of the part numbers for the items needed for the conversion. This assumes that the existing speedo clocks remain and the subframe isn't replaced. If you want to add a newer speedo as part of the conversion then a new headlight loom is also required.

NB:

* A new Headlight is required
** New underseat trim required
*** The part numbers are USA part numbers and untested so check with dealer. USA fairings read CBR1000RR instead of CBR Fireblade

**** I have added the UK Middle fairing part numbers which have Fireblade


Right Middle Cowl 64300-MKB-E80ZA ****

Left Middle Cowl 64350-MKB-E80ZA ******


Right Middle Inner Cowl 64370-MGP-D01

Left Middle Inner Cowl 64375-MGP-D01


Right Lower Cowl 64400-MKB-E80ZA

Left Lower Cowl 64440-MKB-E80ZA


Right Cowl Layer 64411-MGP-D01

Left Cowl Layer 64421-MGP-D11

Left Cowl Layer 64424-MGP-D10


Right air duct cover 64230-MGP-D00

Left air duct cover 64240-MGP-D00



Right dust cover seal 64121-MGP-D00

Left dust cover seal 64123-MGP-D00


Tank cover 83150-MKB-E81ZA


Right side air cleaner 83165-MGP-D00

Left side air cleaner 83166-MGP-D00


Upper cowl 83166-MGP-D00

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