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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-18-2006, 08:11 PM Thread Starter
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License Plate Bracket on a Budget

Just finished installing my Clear Alternatives taillight / turn signal set and made my very own license plate relocator WITH the plate light for less than 10 bucks and about 1.5 hours worth of tinkering.

Also did my own mesh for about 6 bucks (and yes I know that the gauge is a bit larger than Emotos but hey it still looks good and you can't beat the price. Will post pics later.
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Congrats, do post pix please, I think I will get those LED tail lights too.

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Look forward to the pics.

I've only seen pics of emoto's mesh but to me it looks finer than what MV use...anyone???
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Look forward to the pics.

I've only seen pics of emoto's mesh but to me it looks finer than what MV use...anyone???

It is finer than the OE MV SP pieces. I like the way it looks.
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When mine finally arrives, I would like to put the mesh on it as well. How have you guys been installing it? A brief description of installation please. Pics would also be nice
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It is finer than the OE MV SP pieces. I like the way it looks.
Hi Adam, was that mesh on your bike from emoto? it was quite a bit finer than the OEM mesh.

I was surprised how coarse the OEM mesh was when I saw it for the 1st time on that Tamborini @ Pro Italia...

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She is looking good man. when are we going to go out riding? i was thinking this weekend.

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looks good on the SPR. i'm back and forth on the mesh for my bike, but looks nice on yours. tag light looks clean too. good job. wish i could ride, but i got some maintenance to do. seems as though my bike has picked up a flooding prob. really need to get it (re)tuned.
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outtadaloop,

That looks great!!! Do you have any pics what the mesh looks like on the inside of the fairing? I'm looking for install pointers and ideas....
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