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Ok, here's the top mount on the Scura.

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Side view..

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Notice the rubber close out around the headlight, too.

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Here are some pics of the Ballabio fairing and mounts.

 

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Early Sport mount for Stucchi that indexes on the uppermost windshield bolts (no separate hole through the faring).

[This image was for another purpose, but shows some blurry detail of the configuration of the bracket.]

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Squint, and you can see how the bracket has a "socket" shape to connect to the triple, and a flat at the tip to fasten to the backside of the windshield bolts:

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Chucks Scura pic is helpful, can really see how the thing connects. I couldn't imagine it until I saw it. So, requires longer pinch bolts.

Docc's photo is also good, seeing how the top flanges bolt to the existing windshield holes. Hmm.

Docc, how long are the brackets actually? The reach between the "tube" and the "flange"?

I guess I need to get the thing here to have a look-see....

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The length of the mounting socket to the triple pinch bolt is ~30mm. Length of the rod to the bend: ~60mm. Bend "looks to be" about, ummm, close to 25º. From the bend to the flat fairing mount plate ~25mm.

(Again, these are the factory accessory pieces for the original, early Sport Stucchi-made (fiberglass) Guzzi accessory flyscreen. No one is really sure what you are getting but these should provide a good prototype for your mounts to your 2001 Sport with fork mounted headlight/instruments without drilling an extra hole in your new prize!)

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Oh, and the headlight bolts are drilled and tapped, large lower holes in the fairing have rubber grommets and an internal metal sleeve:

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