Originally Posted by edonthenet
I hate those guys who ask questions without searching 1st. And I think I am becoming one of them
Does that mean you found the video I was trying to remember off the top of my head?
No worries. We all do that some times. Just remember this,... when you ask total strangers whether you
can do a job or not, or even how hard it is, we are clueless as to your own level of experience, ambition, aptitude, time, tool set (including instructions), etc.
A REP-ROM DVD helps a lot in understanding what a particular task might take.
To take the front fairing off, you need nothing more than a few torx wrenches (T-25, 27, 30), a set of dykes or pliers to pull wiring clips off the headlights and snip a few tie-wraps. You will need to remove or loosen the fairings on both sides to get the front fairing off, and probably remove the front fender and air dam under the front fairing to give you room to work. Count on a couple of hours to replace one fairing with another. And some replacement tie-wraps.
Here is the video I remembered. Easy Pevey.
Hotbodies Racing 2011 BMW S100RR Headlight Cover Installation - YouTube