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post #11 of 28 (permalink) Old 05-05-2018, 01:09 PM
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Used one of those cheap steel mounts and bent it in half...I think they sell for about $5.99 at any motorcycle shop. The one I got happened to be anodized red. Drilled two holes and usedthe factory bolts.
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Used one of those cheap steel mounts and bent it in half...I think they sell for about $5.99 at any motorcycle shop. The one I got happened to be anodized red. Drilled two holes and usedthe factory bolts.
Nicely done.
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Thatís a **** sweet looking home made eliminator! Great work.... job well done !

grip bars , grab throttle and twist !
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Used one of those cheap steel mounts and bent it in half...I think they sell for about $5.99 at any motorcycle shop. The one I got happened to be anodized red. Drilled two holes and usedthe factory bolts.
That looks awesome! Good work. Would you mind explaining how you did the turn signals?
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I used the plugs from the factory tail piece so I didn't have to cut the factory wire on the bike. You could also use the rizoma plugs which I did on the MV Agusta. The leds were 19.99 for 9 sets at walmart...just happen to stumble across them.
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I used the plugs from the factory tail piece so I didn't have to cut the factory wire on the bike. You could also use the rizoma plugs which I did on the MV Agusta. The leds were 19.99 for 9 sets at walmart...just happen to stumble across them.
Do you remember which version of the plugs they were? I haven't pulled mine yet and am going to keep the tail intact if I can. Figured I'd ask before I go through the trouble of pulling it, putting it back on and ordering the parts.

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Sorry for my delayed response, I believe it was the first version (male). Coincidentally there are the same as my wife's MV F3....
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post #18 of 28 (permalink) Old 06-24-2018, 10:51 AM
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I went with the Evotech tail tidy. Also installed the rad guards too. The tail tidy was pretty easy but the guards were a major pain as you have to pull the fairings and loosen up the radiators, etc to slide the guards in. Far and away the most involved rad guard install I have ever done.
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I went with the NRC; just looks clean... but definitely overpriced
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NRC fender eliminator

Just ordered an NRC has two options for the plate position supposed to be plug an play so i'll post when I get it on
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