I was tempted to expoxy my fairings again like the previous owner, instead I opted to try something I thought was cool. Taking inspiration from the JDM/Drift scene, I wanted to try zip tie stitching. It's not as tedious as you'd think, but it takes some patience and a bit of muscle.
I thought of going just the straight with the ties, but did't think it'd look right, so I went with X's instead. There's no real method to it, just gotta vibe it. I went on ebay, bought a bag of blue zip ties that were about 6". Then using a pencil, I made a general ideal of what it'd look like and I drilled holes from there.
Make sure you feed from the back so it's clean in the front
I did the front fender with it on the motorcycle, tire and all. I'm not drilling galvanized steel, so I wasn't worried about pushing too hard and nicking the tire.
Also you'll have to find a way to suppor the back of the fairings when drilling. I wore gloves when I used my hand, but they got pulled right off so I tossed them. Overall, I think it can out nice, and it took all of 40 minutes for what you see.
Drifting Zip Ties