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Old 10-18-2008, 05:14 PM   #1
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Where and how did you Mount Your License Plate

Tried searching but didnt find what I wanted. I was trying to see how people set up their undertail. Specifically the 08+ Yamaha R6.

I wanted to know if you guys either went with the normal license plate bracket with Intergrated Turn signals in the Tail light (Clear Alernatives)

Or did you just go with smaller turn signals attached to a Fender eliminator kit?

Also...... can any of you guys post up pics of whether u buried your license plate farther under the tail or just use the mounting point of the OEM License plate bracket.

Pics would be great

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Old 10-18-2008, 05:54 PM   #2
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Old 10-18-2008, 07:56 PM   #4
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Old 10-18-2008, 09:25 PM   #5
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07' R6

I got one on my 07 r6 that is mounted where the stock plat goes. but am going to change it to one that mount closer with the under tail.
to give you idea this is the only pick that you can get a idea how it is mounted.
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Old 10-18-2008, 10:29 PM   #6
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I have an '07 Z1000, but thought I'd still tell you what I did. I got the smoked clearalternatives taillight with integrated turn signals and it is probably one of my favorite mods. I also did drill two holes to mount my plate (which hasn't given me any problems) and bought two led bolts to light it up it at night. I have been somewhat harassed by 2 police officers for the plate location, but they didn't ticket me. Here it is:
I did the EXACT same thing on my ZX-6R. Flipped one of the OEM brackets and drilled right about where yours is. Made sure to move the ECU so I didn't pull an 'alongs bf' sealed up the holes, and used Lite-N-Bolts for a plate light. Threw on a smoked CA taillight and called it a day.

I've asked quite a few cops, and they all say it's perfectly ok because of the angle I have it mounted. Been pulled over a few times and no one has ever mentioned it. .. . yet.
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