Okay,.. here goes, trying to work from memory.
How to take your fairing off, and reinstall.
Before you do anything, cover your front fender with a towel. Also cover your tank if your going to be taking off your handlebars.. You may also want to take some pictures of how the inner and outer fairing matches up on the sides for reference.
Take out the 6 screws you can see on the inner fairing, while sitting on the bike. There are 3 on either side, and the very bottom one's are longer then the others (remember that, so when you reinstall you put them back on bottom) These screws are a torx 25 if memory serves. Don't worry, your fairing is still attached and it won't fall off when you remove all 6 screws.
Take off your windshield. I also pull out the wellnuts, as it makes it easier to install later.
Grab a 1/2" end wrench. Down on the inside you will see 2 acorn nuts, opposite your turn signals. I found its best to turn the front wheel, facing whatever side you are on. Just gives you more room that way. Once you take off the nuts, grab the washers as well because they may be a pain to find if they hit the ground. Now just pull your turn lamps straight out away from the fairing and let them hang by the wires. Again, don't worry, your fairing is still hanging by itself.
Strattle your front tire, and pick up on the outer fairing on either side, right above where the turnsignals were at before you took them off. Lift up on the fairing, and it may take a little wiggling, but it should come off without much hassle. Pull it away, and with a free hand reach down and unplug your headlights. Now set your outer fairing out of the way for now.
Thats how to take it off... in your case you would then take off all of your controls, take off the gauge bezel and unclamp the handlebars to do your swap.
Now to reinstall
Go to your outer fairing. Take off your headlight bezel. I don't know how the older bikes come apart, but the 2010s have 4 clips, 1 on each corner (top and bottom) that just snap off. You need it out of the way, to take out your headlights. On the inside of the fairing, you will see 3 green "pinchy" type things,.. 1 on top, 2 on bottom. What those are what attach your headlights to the fairing. Pinch them to release the entire headlamp assembly away from your outer fairing. You need the headlights out of the way, to see the brackets on the inside to hang the fairing on.
Walk back up, with outer fairing in hand to your bike,.. strattleing the front tire again. I get the top tabs, across the top of the fairing in first. While still holding the fairing, look down through the headlight holes. You will see 2 metal brackets sticking out,.. your outer fairing hangs on those. Set it down on them, and sometimes you gotta push a little hard to seat it.
On either side, check and make sure the the outer fairing is flush with the inner. If not,.. there are some little tabs that you must make work for you. Once you see them, it will make sense. The outer fairing tabs, must fit behind the inner fairing tabs. Its what keeps the fairing from flopping around in the wind. You may have to do some real pushing and pulling to make them all slip in behind, but don't worry, you won't break anything. I know this sounds confusing, but it will make sense when your in there. If nothing else, pull out those pics you took earlier for reference.
Reinstall your turn signals. These are easy, just remember to tuck your wires into the fairing, and the fairing is notched to allow the wires to not be clamped down. Also before you tighten them down,.. make sure they are facing the same way... I mean not all the way up on one side, and all the way down on the other. I try to make both of mine face forward, in the middle of the adjustment... just looks nicer that way. Nothing I hate more, then cock-eyed turn signals... haha
Reinstall the 6 torx screws that go through the inner fairing.. remember the longest on bottom,. the other 4 are all the same.
Your windshield.... I have found a way to never lose a wellnut inside the fairing. Works for me,.. hope it does for you. Take your windshield while its off the bike. Put a screw through the hole of the windshield. Now take a wellnut, and run it up on the screw until it just touches the windshield. You don't want it tight, or it will be to fat to fit back through the holes in your fairing. Do this to all of the screws. Put the middle wellnut into its hole first,.. then work out to the others. When you tighten, start in the middle. When you screw it in, kinda bounce your screwdriver a little,.. not to hard though. This will make the rubber in the wellnut expand more, and less likely to have to tighten your shield down a couple of days later.
Now just incase you somehow dropped a wellnut inside the fairing,.. fetch it. If not, reinstall your headlights. Just push them into their holes until you hear the click of the little green pinchy deals. Then reinstall your headlight bezel.
I think thats about it. I hope it wasn't to confusing,.. and I know pictures would be nice to have.
If I missed anything from those of you that know how to do it as well,.. please point it out. I don't want to leave something out, that he hates me for later.. haha