It has a Y-shaped bracket that will hold a standard 7" headlight (adjustable in the slots), while the outwards bent tips provide you two forward mounts left and right of the headlight. The saddle on the other end either clamps onto the steering head with the 2" U-bolt, or can be welded in place if that's not possible.
The Y-bracket slides into the saddle bracket, allowing you to slide the fairing bracket back and forth in the desired position. Once that position is found, simply drill a hole through the tubes and put a bolt in it to prevent movement.
This is a universal bracket, meaning it will provide you with a good starting point to mount a fairing. Most projects require further fabrication or modification by you, the builder, to mount the fairing onto your bike.
If you have any questions, please give us a call and we'll be happy to talk shop and give you some ideas.