I thought I would do a "how to" on installing a carbon fiber cockpit gauge bezel, should anyone be interested.
Time involved: Approx. 1 hour.
Cost of bezel (at time of writing) $34.99.
Skill level: Average.
4mm Allen wrench
5mm Allen wrench
A piece of cord, string, or rope.
1-2 bottles of Yuengling Light, or other comparable refrigerated beverage.
Section 1. BODYWORK
Remove the right side fairing assembly, by removing the two bottom dzus fasteners, found on the underside of the motorcycle. If you do not know how to do this, then perhaps working on a Ducati is beyond your mechanical abilities, so stop, and seek a professional technician.
Remove the four dzus clips located on the top of the fairing, clipping the fairing to the frame.
Repeat the process in the other side, by removing the four dzus fasteners from the upper section of the fairing. If working on the ground, you will need to right the bike onto it's tires, drawing the sides and up. Then, pull the fairing off the sidestand, return the sidestand to the downward position, and set the bike on it.
Remove the mirror screw, using a 4mm allen head wrench. Once removed, the mirror pulls straight off. Repeat the process on the other side. Place the gasket and the screw back into the mirror, so as not to lose them during the process.
Remove the two 4mm bolts holding the front fairing to the headlight bucket. There will be one on each side.