This is a common failure point. It occurs when the outer fairing is not EXACTLY lined up with the inner fairing. People get it close then suck it up using the screws, which works for a while, but eventually the stress is too much, and you get what you see here. You must make sure the outer fairing screw holes are lined up and fitting properly up to the corrosponding screw hole on the inner fairing before installing the screws. This is not always easy. I have found that if you pop out the headlight frame then re-& installing the fairing on the hook, then carefully push the fairing around until both sides fall into place. There are little plastic pieces which hold the fairing from fitting correctly so you have to mess with it untill it drops into the correct position. The last thing you want is to drag it into place using the screws. Just my experience from doing it a few times.
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