Armour Bodies required a bit of trimming and manipulation. The tail mounted up with a warped look, and I had to fabricate an aluminum bracket to mount it to the sub-frame so it would be straight. The belly pan still makes contact with motor parts on the left side, spoiling a seamless mating with the upper.
It's track body work, though, and after the paint, looks almost too darned pretty to run at the track!
Sharkskinz has been the best fitting bodywork that I have used (Attack was a very close second on my 2007 ZX-6R). I have a set on my 996, I have had a set on a 2003 ZX-6R and I mounted up a set to a friends Triumph 675. All fit perfect.
Sharkskinz for the win. They're a bit expensive, but they hold up. My bike has been crashed 3 times, once by me, once by the previous owner and once it fell out the back of my van. They're scratched, but really, they survived perfectly. Plus they have pretty perfect alignment, even with the larger air intakes, which is nice!