I have bothan 83Standard and an 83 Aspencade. On the Standard, there are ears that hold the turn signals on. These are attached to the headlight holders which attach to the front forks. To make a naked wing, you would need to buy the new covers with the ears and turn signals. If not, by some accessory turn signals that clamp to the handle bars. You will also need a headlight bucket and light.
When I first got my standard, it had an aftermarket windshield and the buffeting was terrible. I purchased the Vetter Touring kit which I haveon now. Works great. I have to admit that it was fun riding the bike naked, I mean the naked bike. It feels a lotlighter. However, being behind the fairing on the freeway is a lot more comfortable, and without the bags, I couldn't bring a fresh apple pie home from Julian.
Have fun on your naked wing.