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Tail tidy (market has changed)

As i can,t find a buyer for my starfighter , it,s better to keep it and do the last mod.
Yes , a tail tidy , any suggestions which one.
The blinkers are integrated in the taillight.
The tamburini one is silver which doesn,t match the rest. , so.
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I've fitted a Melloti with their indicators. Looks unobtrusive and the indicators are small and bright. Easy to fut too!

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As i can,t find a buyer for my starfighter , it,s better to keep it and do the last mod.
Yes , a tail tidy , any suggestions which one.
The blinkers are integrated in the taillight.
The tamburini one is silver which doesn,t match the rest. , so.
Advice
re-anodize Tcorse's one?

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I got a Mellotti one, looks real nice . Most expensive tail tidy I've ever bought though .



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http://www.motovationusa.com/mvstore...?idproduct=804 I like Rizoma. Don't have to use the signal brackets. Come off in 2 sec. Also has 2 mounting plates depending on what size plate you use. Also LED plate late can be easily moved from one bracket to the other.
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Went for the Mellotti one too. Here's the before and after pics.



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now those Mellotti tail tidys defo look the best and do actually tidy.
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now those Mellotti tail tidys defo look the best and do actually tidy.
TBH the original one isn't that bad compared to some bikes I've owned .
Mellotti tidy is really nicely made and certainly does the job

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