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Old 05-13-2014, 12:05 AM   #1
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which fender eliminaters do you like?

Looking for suggestions as to which i should go with please let me know what you like and why it'll be going on a Honda cbr if that matters.
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The way it comes from the factory. I've learned never to mod something you don't own.
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The way it comes from the factory. I've learned never to mod something you don't own.
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the kind that leaves the license plate near where the OE position was, and also allows for your inspection sticker to be placed there.
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After research and debate, I decided not to buy one for my cbr; I'd rather spend the money on something else for the bike. If you do decide to get one, buy the Yoshimura kit, it's all metal. Don't buy the hot bodies kit, it's all plastic and will eventually break apart. You can always DIY and make one.
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After research and debate, I decided not to buy one for my cbr; I'd rather spend the money on something else for the bike. If you do decide to get one, buy the Yoshimura kit, it's all metal. Don't buy the hot bodies kit, it's all plastic and will eventually break apart. You can always DIY and make one.
Okay thanks and yes ive heard that about hot bodies. There are more than one made by yoshimura right?
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I've used competition werkes on every one of my bikes.
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Haha your word turned into man part bevo and thanks yeah i like stock except for that fender is too big.
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I had a Rizoma undertail kit on my 08 cbr1k. It was expensive but really nice. Entire undertail piece was carbon fiber and it left the license in a legit location. Coupled with a taillight with integrated turn signals and it looks real clean. Also has a quick disconnect and a little block off plate that comes with it so you can cleanly and quickly remove the plate and plate light for track days.
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I have had experience with the Competition Werkes and Yoshimura. The CW requires some cutting to the underside plate, uses flush mount turn signals and overall is a poorly put together kit for the price. The Yoshi is built very well, is a direct bolt on and reuses the stock turn signals. Note* Either kit you have to cut the factory wiring. I vote for the Yoshi kit.
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CW hides the plates better. Get integrated tail lights.
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Okay thanks and yes ive heard that about hot bodies. There are more than one made by yoshimura right?
This is the one for the CBR 250R. They make different kits for different models.

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