Picks won't show mine. Attached with plastic ties to the headlight cover, one on each side. Marked then drilled holes on each side (lower side) of the headlight cover and to my liking on the beak (4 total, 2 per side). Looped ties through on each side, tightened lightly to alighn straight then tightened down and cut ties. Attached rear beak flanges to main cowling with one tap screw on each side. Ties in the front allow the beak to easily attach and pivot. Tap screws lock everything down nicely. If done right, ties and screws are invisible. Have had no issues with this method and is easy to remove which I have had to do many times. If you take your time and use small spring clamps to hold everything in place as you mark your holes you will have a clean install that you will be happy with. Again there are several other ways to do this depending on how you want the beak to line-up and attach.
Last edited by rydbayb; 12-30-2014 at 10:14 PM.