The lightbar is not standard, Liam. Many have fitted the Cobra bar made from aluminum. That one appears to be chrome plated steel. Definitely aftermarket.
The fork mounting points are also aftermarket and are likely the remnant of formally mounted air wings. Air wings up on the forks typically remove the last bit of turbulence after the standard Baker air wings are fitted below. Also, they tend to be used in conjunction with a windshield. Perhaps yours had one once?
Attached is a photo of the lower air wings on my Valkyrie. You can see where there are slight gaps in the blocked airflow that wings placed on the forks where your mounting points are would address. I don’t find it to be enough of a problem to go that route.
Also, there is a pretty good Valkyrie riders club forum with only a few prima donnas. Lots of information to be had there. Here’s the link:http://www.valkyrieriders.com/
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'97 Valkyrie, '79 CBX-Z, '78 GL1000
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