I think they make "bobbins," for many bikes. What this is is a large rubber cap that can fit over a particular screw that holds on the fairing. Its hard to describe without a picture; but there's usually a screw that holds a point of the fairing on about where the impact of the bike would be if you tipped it over. This point is usually near your shins or knees when your riding the bike. Its more like a "bump stop," that puts a cushion of rubber between the bike and the street. Not designed for any type of high or low speed crash, just for tipping over.
On the other hand, my friend has and 02 GSXR 600 (Telefonica) and I'm pretty sure he had to shave off a few millimeters of plastic to get his frame sliders to fit. Not sure though.
Either way; no offense to anyone but if they make frame sliders for your bike and you don't have them youre making a stupid mistake.