Checking on the Arai website, I found that Crescent Suzuki in Verwood were the nearest 5 Star Arai dealer so I ordered the vent through them. Crescent has long been associated with racing Suzukis and remains a Suzuki dealer, even though they currently race Yamahas in World Superbikes. I'm sure the £15 I paid for the vent will go a long way to their success on the world stage.
The replacement was nice and easy and the vent came with a stencil so you knew exactly where to place it. Pretty handy it has to be said. Oh and don't worry, I did clean all that road crime off before I fitted it.
Riding the Ducati, I've avoided using the tailpack for a few silly reasons. After my Italy trip, the tailpack I used scratched the tail and I've been keen to avoid a repeat of that; secondly, I have a fear the underseat pipes would melt the straps and my stuff would end up under the cars following me. I know silly really.
Having fitted this before onto the FireBlade when I was going to and from Surrey three days a week, I was familiar with the installation, but for peace of mind, I checked out the Kriega website where they have great instruction videos. Happily enough, the demo bike was a stealth 848, which you can check out here.
All said and done, including the air scoop covers, it was 25 minutes. Time well spent in my opinion.