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Old 01-06-2011, 11:01 AM   #1
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Best looking fender eliminator?

Ive been considering a few fender eliminators.


What brand is this style fender eliminator?



This looks pretty good here imo , would need a clear alternatives integrated turn signal tail light though too. :



Right now my bike has a muffler shround/fender eliminator... its OK but i dont really like the blinkers and the look from directly behind



You guys think the muffler will look out of place without the shroud?(i bought the bike like this). Also the bike above seems to have larger tail side walls that block the muffler view from the side, is that tail completely after market or something?
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Old 01-06-2011, 01:04 PM   #2
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Ive been considering a few fender eliminators.


What brand is this style fender eliminator?
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This looks pretty good here imo , would need a clear alternatives integrated turn signal tail light though too. :


You guys think the muffler will look out of place without the shroud?(i bought the bike like this). Also the bike above seems to have larger tail side walls that block the muffler view from the side, is that tail completely after market or something?
That is my favorite bike of all time. If you can get it to look like that then many props to you! and the muffler might look weird if you take off the shrouds. Just do it and see how it looks. You can always put them bck on.
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If your looking for an integrated tail light I have one for sale.
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The bike in the middle doesn't have a different tail it is just taken at a different angle. If this help this is what mine looks like it aint a Yoshi but gives an idea. It doesn't look out of place to me. IMO the best way to see several examples is look thru the exhaust database Exhaust system picture database
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Old 01-06-2011, 02:12 PM   #5
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Looks like ours, if not it mounts in the same way.
Will mount on the 1000 exhaust the same way. If you want more signals in the rear you can do led pegs or put 90 degree bends on the adj FE and you can put signals there. Adjustable to where ever you want it to stay. Won't move until you want it to.
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dang tripage i feel like i will be spending lots of money with you in the future...i like your stuff
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