So, this thing had a crack in it when I got it. One of the mounting tabs on the frame is bent. I said F it, deal with it later. Well, now is that later. It's winter, it's parked, carbs are dialed in, fender eliminator done, let's finish this right! I tried the repair first with just ABS cement. The fairings are just ABS after all. After talking with a friend, I determined I didn't let it set nearly long enough before I played with it and it didn't hold. After that, I got out my 2 part epoxy in a dual syringe with a 3 hour cure time, and I got to work. Oh, and it was snowing today so I broke out my trusty Halogen lights to use as heaters. The paint is not done yet, that's just one coat of gloss, to be followed with another coat, wetsand, another coat, and then possibly wetsand again before the clear. We'll see how it looks after the last black coat. I didn't want to match the factory red/metallic/pearl, so I went with just plain old black. The red line is approximately where it was cracked. My phone was charging when I started so no before pic. Routed, ready for epoxy. Inner side of fairing. Outside is taped along the crack with blue painters tape to hold it together. All gooped up! Now to hurry up and wait. Outside is routed and filled now. Thought I'd paint the uncracked half while I waited. Not too bad! Tra de la de la......a few hours later, and I sanded the epoxied half. Two rounds of spot putty later it felt and looked good. I used a coat of black primer, followed by two coats of high fill body primer, then a single coat of black. Crack? What crack! After I do the clear I'll post up some final pics. Both pieces are going to dry overnight before I attempt to sand them. BRRRRRR! Yes, I see the specks in the paint. Those are from the primer, NOT the topcoat. That will be sanded out before the next layer of topcoat and clear. It's dust off my coveralls. Couldn't take them off it was too cold, so I dealt with it lol.