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Old Dec 25th 2018, 10:31 AM   #1
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1299 Tail Tidy / Fender Eliminator List

I'm compiling a list of Fender Eliminator / Tail Tidy products to help me decide on one. I thought it might be a useful tool for others.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...it?usp=sharing

Doc is set to Comment Only.

Which models am I missing? What features am I not thinking of? Happy to add whatever you think will be helpful for the next person looking to eliminate the stock tail and possibly go with a more integrated turn signal.
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Old Dec 25th 2018, 10:50 AM   #2
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I didnít know how to comment in the doc. I got the NRC for my 1299FE and itís a bit different. See pics. Itís only 2 pieces as the plate bracket is already assembled. More integrated and easy to install. Cleaner to me


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Old Dec 25th 2018, 02:52 PM   #3
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Cleanest, lightest and only carbon production one around.





Panigale Carbon Fiber- Mc Carbon "Mick Carbon"
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Old Dec 25th 2018, 04:16 PM   #4
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Looks like Santa showed up with the goods. Thats all ya need folks.
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Old Dec 26th 2018, 09:40 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by SpartanGA View Post
I didnít know how to comment in the doc. I got the NRC for my 1299FE and itís a bit different. See pics. Itís only 2 pieces as the plate bracket is already assembled. More integrated and easy to install. Cleaner to me


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I like this one, how many miles have you done since putting it on?

Im more worried about it getting cooked since its so close to the exhaust etc
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Old Dec 27th 2018, 04:49 AM   #6
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Im more worried about it getting cooked since its so close to the exhaust etc
So far, I haven't read any complaints about melting for the NRC. I believe all the close-to-exhaust parts are aluminum with black powder coat. If anyone has experienced a heat-related problem, please post so I can update the doc.
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I like this one, how many miles have you done since putting it on?



Im more worried about it getting cooked since its so close to the exhaust etc


about 1000 miles. Everything is metal and I donít see any potential issues.


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Old Jan 9th 2019, 03:06 PM   #8
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How about this carbon fiber fender eliminator thats also a plate hider from 007plate

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How about this carbon fiber fender eliminator thats also a plate hider from 007plate
@Mydu - do you have any experience with this one? Anything you can say about install, parts/materials, etc?
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Friend of mine got one for his Yamaha R1, its how I found out about it. Gadget itself seems pretty universal.

You just have to drill one 1/4 inch hole into your undertail to mount the gadget.

What he had to do on his R1 is just totally remove the stock rear license plate aka rear fender. Then he drill the hole from the under tail into the truck under the seat. Gadget mounts on the bike with just one bolt. And run 2 wires to the battery which is also under the sear on the R1 so we installed it in like 30 minus if not less. Oh he actually remove his ugly stock rear signals too and just bought some cheap small eBay LED signals to make the whole install even nicer looking.

You can install the gadget onto the stock license plate bracket but then to hide the plate it flips down and away from the bike, doesn't flip UP to hide like in the image above. Removing the stock fender and doing the undertail install just looks better IMO.

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