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2010+ fairing removal procedure?

Anyone know the proper order the fairing around the lights and instrument cluster come off?

I am to the point where I have all fasteners I can see loose, but I don't want to apply too much force trying to pull it appart if there is another fastener I am missing.

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My 09 is very straightforward. Remove the screws and start at one end by slowly pulling away from the frame. Be careful not to lose some rubber grommets on the bottom (the larger screws). There is no bending required nor special tools required. Remove screws, pull back away gently.
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I figured it out. I had to pull the rubber well nuts that hold the winscreen in place and there is a rubber bumper in the center. I had a rattle in the headlight surround. A little plastic trim and now it is solid.

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I got a problem I do not manage to get the front fairing off! where the dashboard is and all, 2010 versys.

I want to headlight to come off so I can easily install a HID xenon.
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