I struggled a little to get comprehensive information about fitting the cycle wings using the bighead fasteners, so I took quite a lot of pictures, and have detailed what processes I went through so others may get some assistance if they are looking to do the same.
Firstly I fitted the IVA trim round the cycle wings, using little dots of super glue on the inside to hold the trim in place. Then I tie wrapped the bighead fasteners in place using two on the upper and lower cycle wing mounts. I used the 32mm square stainless steel cable tyrap which has the 16mm x 15mm inside width as these fitted pretty well around the cycle wing tubes.
|Bighead Cable Tyraps fitted to cycle wings using cable ties.|
Then the cycle wing got rested on the cycle wing mounts, and I measured from the top cycle wing stay to the front of the wing to a measurement of 80mm. I think it's ok if it's between 75mm and 85mm so I decided to go in the middle of that range.
|80mm measurement from top wing stay tube to front of cycle wing.|
|Cycle wing stay and wing masked and marked.|
|Inside of carbon cycle wing keyed using 60 grit sand paper.|
|Bighead Big Bond FS adhesive with mixing and application tube.|
|Bighead big Bond FS Adhesive applied to fasteners.|
|Caterham Carbon Cycle Wings on Bighead Fasteners.|
|Three holes required to fit indicator to cycle wing.|
|Inside view of indicator bolted into position.|
I was initially happy with the aggressive angle of the indicator (see image below), but later decided a flatter angle looked better, so I just slightly opened up the mounting holes and adjusted the indicator accordingly.
|I was initially happy with the aggressive angle of the indicator, but later decided a flatter angle looked better.|