This leaves you access to the air filter.
It is easily removed and you can see inside the air box.
The right one is still connected to the radiator and can only be moved out of the way.
My very dirty air filters.
I used MWR filter oil cleaner and oil, I bought it from the good folks at Blue Streak Racing.
MWR Cleaner and Oil Kit
The instructions are to add a cupful (small coffee cup size) to 6l of water. Mine where so dirty I did it twice. I then let the filters dry overnight.
The next day I oiled the filters as recommended on the spray and reinserted them in the bike. I just reversed all the steps to reassemble the bike.
Make sure to add some Vaseline or lube of some kind to the quick connect fuel lines before reinserting.
Make sure you attach the bolts on the side of the seat before the ones on the bottom. Otherwise you can't move the seat to align the holes Duh.
If you are reattaching the mirrors by yourself I found it best to attach the mirrors to the fairing before putting the fairing on the stays. I did this by putting the wires back through and tying them in a loose knot to stop it from falling out. Otherwise it would be handing to have help there a a few things to line up and hold on to (the nose fairing, the rubber, the mirror and feed line the wires up).
Also have a rag right underneath the fuel lines when you disconnect them.
I hope this saves someone some time. If you have any suggestions feel free to post.
I would like to thank Scooter999 (awesome guy) for his assistance with this. I texted him a number of times when I wasn't sure what to do, especially with the fuel lines.