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Carbon frame plate cover install question.

I just picked up a pair of carbon frame plate covers from Griff, and I was wondering how people were installing these. Will the rearsets hold these in place, or should I use black RTV silicone to glue them on?


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carbon frameplate covers

The rearsets hold them in place perfectly,No need for silicone or anything else,I have had these on mine
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Tasty- you got these from where bud?

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I put them on with no glue. They went on very tight as is, and the rearsets held them down very well. Thanks Griff!!!

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Now that I look at it, I need a exhaust shield in MV weave, it doesnt match the covers and heel guards.

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Those look great! I knew there was a reason I held onto those...They are a perfect match to your heel guards, so yes, I second your vote for a new exhaust shield.

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Yup, heel guards, key guard and chain guard are all MV carbon and these covers match up perfectly. The exhaust shield is 3D weave and ugly IMHO. Dang, more money lol. And I still need a set of carbon air tubes

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Yup, heel guards, key guard and chain guard are all MV carbon and these covers match up perfectly. The exhaust shield is 3D weave and ugly IMHO. Dang, more money lol. And I still need a set of carbon air tubes
WOW... You will score some major props hanging at the Starbucks.

I guess to each their own, but seems like a complete waste of money to me.

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WOW... You will score some major props hanging at the Starbucks.

I guess to each their own, but seems like a complete waste of money to me.

Carbon

Waste of money !!!!

Are you seriously a pro Italia Mv Agusta fan??

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WOW... You will score some major props hanging at the Starbucks.

I guess to each their own, but seems like a complete waste of money to me.
Then I'm glad I didn't ask you for your opinion!

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