so I spent the morning taking the V apart and adding some dampening where I thought it would help.
I assembled the V fairing piece by piece again after adding padding and took it out for a spin around the block after each section was put back on. Making sure to get it in the 3000 - 5000 rev range)
The headlight and dashboard section now seems to be quiet. After adding on the side panel though I get a slight intermittent buzz just above 4000 revs. I heard it with my helmet flipped up (Face flip up, not just vizor).
Helmet flipped down and vizor down though I think I heard it now and then... but It could be some residual buzzing in my head only
, riding so long with the dash buzzing my brain might think that I should still hear it and therefor let's me hear it.
All in all I am very happy I took the time to do this. Thanks to all the other guys on here that did it before me
All I used was some double sided scotch tape (which I cut in half with a carpet knife cause it was too thick), and some gloss black model paint I had, to make the white scotch tape black after sticking it on.
Painless exercise, all it cost me was time, and that friggin super loud buzzing is a thing of the past. Attached are pics of where I added padding, and in some cases doubled up on the existing padding. There are loads more places that could qualify for padding, but I'll see how this holds up.