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Gen 2 panel part - mystery location

I have a Gen 2.
I installed a Fiamm horn on the left side.
I had to remove plastic parts.
All was well until I went to snap ‘er back up.
There is a panel which I cannot figure out where it goes. Technically its a Yamaha PANEL, INNER 1 Part # 3P6-2836K-00-00.
Attached is a photo of a parts fiche from bike bandit.com and a couple of photos. I searched, I perused the web for photos, I looked in my owner’s manual. I even had SWMBO see if she could figure it out.
So, does anybody have photos or some other tips?
Note, the green tape is holding screws near their attachment point.

Thanks for helping me with this quarantine down-time project.

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Pointy end down, slips into notch on lower V part and outer fairing. Cutout is to go around horn... similar to the other side.

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Sit in front of your front tire. Look at your upper wheel well. Look where the horn is that you just installed. Those pieces go from the horn to the front of the bike underneath the outer cowling. Depending on which side they are on, they are covering either your battery or glove box from the underneath, from your front wheel well.

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Gen 2 panel part - mystery location

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I have a Gen 2. I installed a Fiamm horn on the left side. I had to remove plastic parts. All was well until I went to snap ‘er back up. There is a panel which I cannot figure out where it goes.
OregonRider,

I see screw (#14) going through panel (#13) and into a boss you can see in the cowling (#9). That should locate things for you.

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