Anybody that has ever had the pleasure of installing the OEM rivets knows how much fun they can be. Since I used to have to do this at work I quickly tired of first bending , then breaking the rivet while trying to push it in all the way. Here is the tool I came up with. Sorry I can't show it in action but I don't have any of the rivets handy right now, or an R90S for that matter. Anyway, the idea is to slide the rivet into place in the fairing, then place the tool over the exposed pin. Simply push the pin in until the tool stops flush with the now flush rivet. Make sure you're perpendicular to the rivet hole as you push the tool town. Here are a couple of pics of the tool, made from one of those free screwdrivers, a ball point pen spring and a suitable piece of brass tubing. The tubing slides up along the shank as you push the pin in and keeps the pin on the straight and narrow. All you have to do is cut the shank the same length as the brass tubing with the spring compressed fully. Make sure that the exposed pin on the rivet fits into the tubing completely with the spring at full extension. I hope this makes sense, if not I'll see if I can locate a rivet and do a show and tell. Unless somebody in or near Long Beach CA needs to install some rivets in the near future Brass tubing and spring next to screwdriver. Brass tubing and spring on the screwdriver. Brass tubing and spring fully compressed, showing the shank.