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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-15-2007, 06:23 PM Thread Starter
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Fender Eliminator

Can anyone recommend a high quality fender eliminator for a U.S. plate. E-moto has several. Wondering if anyone can recommend one over another? Price not really an issue. Just looking for a clean look with good craftmanship.
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I'm waiting for the US version of this one: http://www.emotouk.com/mvagusta/b4tailtidy.htm
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Thats the one I was interested in however I don't like the piece that hangs down. Does the U.S. version eliminate that?
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i also have the motovation one it works greats.
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Mine cost about ~$30. I used an aluminum door kick plate from Home Depot and this LED for a license plate light:

http://www.customdynamics.com/fx_accent_lights.htm

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I've got the rizoma.Eazy install and clean. http://www.rizoma.com/images/immagin..._up/PT401B.jpg
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Gladio has the right idea. Just make your own, I have on all my other bikes too.

http://gallery.mvagusta.net/gladio

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Hey; Casoli have a simple but effective one, try their UK web site. I have one on order due to come mid April

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post #10 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-16-2007, 08:42 AM
 
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I made my own last weekend. I recently bought a integrated rear tailassembly from emoto, removed the turn signals and plate bracket, modifyed the euro style plate bracket with a chop saw to make a piece to mount the plate underneath the fender up by the suspension. Then I just bent the plate a little so it wouldn't hit the wheel.
It looks PIMP and only took me a couple of hours. Then I went and jumped some railroad tracks a few times and couldn't make it rub, score. I will try to post some pics next week. Oh and motovations bracket is 70 bucks, for a little piece of metal thats higher than giraffe puss. When I post the pics check them out and build your own.

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