Hope you like the fairing - the rear hole in the side fairing attaches to the the OEM airbox like the original fairing - if you then rotate the fairing around this until the trailing edge of this panel is parallel to the frame the fairing should then be in the correct position to build a front subframe and other brackets to attach the fairing securely. There is a duct for the clutch if required and a duct under the fairing belly section to supply cool air to the shock - the blisters and fairing shape should allow for the clutch, water pump and alternator being in a different position to the YZR engine. The fairing will allow a standard airbox to be used but will require the 2T oil tank and overflow bottle to be sorted.
I'm going to leave the moulds with King carbon until the New Year to make sure that everyone who wants this fairing can get one made.
I've spent years getting advice from people on this and other forums so its nice to make a small contribution to our hobby in return.