I don't mean to launch into you, but I have to agree that the wrapped pipes with bare headers is a bit off. Also, you probably shouldn't run it without that missing strut bolt, definitely not with a passenger. That's the last attachment to the frame, so the shock mount stud and that bolt act as the fixed base for the strut to be a cantilever support to the fender. If you happen to put too much weight on that you'll at the very least tweak the fender. I had wire-through bolt blinkers there for a bit, but switched to running the wires externally so I could have a solid bolt in place.
As for wrapping the headers, the double wall is too clunky for wrap in my opinion. It can be trimmed off very carefully, and then some more careful work with a flap disc to finish it out. Only slightly funky spot is the bulge just bellow where the double wall terminated, but that is tucked in with the forward controls.
I found cutting the pieces of wrap first, zip tying the ends so they don't unravel, and then washing them in a bucket of hot water 5 or 6 times(until the water runs clear) is the best way to do it. Big gloves for the washing part highly recommended if you don't want to itch for a few days.