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Has anyone come up with a neat/tidy way of covering the bolt holes on the rear footrest hangers on the rear subframe?Shame they are there in the first place. Moto Corse made a blanking plate for the F3 but I haven't found a solution for the RC.On a side note I have had no issues or problems with my RC and I do believe that a lot of it comes down to the attention to detail from the dealer during his preparation.PK
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Not sure if it will fit in the RC, but I use a racing hook there (mostly to tie down the bike on trailer, but also covers the holes). Mine is a 2010 model.

http://www.satoracing.com/mvagustaf4...acinghooks.htm
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Thanks allanl, I will see if i can find these in the UK.
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If you don't like the holes, why not just put a couple of dome-head Allen screws in there?

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Place some Ti bolts in them.
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I just used something like these. You could paint them the color to match if you wanted to.
http://www.mcmaster.com/#push-in-plugs/=13fb6y4

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Some nice Ti bolts may be the way forward
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If you don't like the holes, why not just put a couple of dome-head Allen screws in there?
Pro bolt do some Alu 8mm diameter bolts with a dome head of 16mm diameter
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I got these on my Brutale, they do a nice job of detracting from the bolt holes and welded frame, but I reckon even nicer on an RC.

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/like/3318...pid=107&chn=ps

The bolt holes are 90mm apart (or slightly less).

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Has anyone come up with a neat/tidy way of covering the bolt holes on the rear footrest hangers on the rear subframe?Shame they are there in the first place. Moto Corse made a blanking plate for the F3 but I haven't found a solution for the RC.On a side note I have had no issues or problems with my RC and I do believe that a lot of it comes down to the attention to detail from the dealer during his preparation.PK

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