An RS is the same setup as an RT. That means that if you remove the fairing, you will need headlight ears. The stock headlight will mount up to them. You will also need turn signal mounts and the signals. You will also need to find a place for the ignition switch. It can be retro fitted to the left side of the headlight, just like any other naked R100.
And you will need to either remove or tape up the wires for the volt meter and clock.
Minor rant below:
It has been done numerous times. I know it is your bike and you can do whatever you want to it, but, I prefer to see an RS or RT left as is. If you want a naked bike, go buy a naked bike.