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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 05-15-2019, 10:12 AM Thread Starter
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Evotech tail tidy + Givi mudflap

Recently installed the Evotech tailtidy and the Givi mudflap (RM02 with RM6412KIT mounting kit), below are a few pics for those who may be on the fence.
Mudflap was easy install, I marked where the wheel alignment bolt was situated so that I wouldn't need to redo a complete alignment, seemed to work out.
The Evotech instructions for the tailtidy assume that you can read between the lines and figure things out yourself, but all worked out in the end.

Havent rode (ridden? what's the proper past tense?) in the rain yet, can't comment on the effect of the mudflap, but I do like the cosmetic look, sometimes I think the tailtidies leave the rear of the bike looking a little 'naked' or 'unfinished'.
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I think the tailtidies leave the rear of the bike looking a little 'naked' or 'unfinished'.

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These style mudflaps/rain guards seem to be a love it or hate it affair.

I put a similar one on the grom and had no issues with it.

Thanks for posting this one for the Triumph. I think I may go with the same, as I hate all of that water and road spray during my jaunts!

**EDIT: YOWCH!! $100+ just for the hardware, and another $100 for the flap. I really miss ordering cheap Grom parts**

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I really like the tail tidy, was the first thing I put on when I purchased. Would love to hear how the mudflap does once you can test it out

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These style mudflaps/rain guards seem to be a love it or hate it affair.

**EDIT: YOWCH!! $100+ just for the hardware, and another $100 for the flap. I really miss ordering cheap Grom parts**
Yeah, it was annoying that the European prices are so much lower, even after conversion to US dollar, but there's always the uncertainty of duty at the border (basically 100 Euros for both the flap and kit on an italian website I was looking at, which is $112...but it looks like the American prices factor in all border taxes and duties, I don't know why the huge price differential).

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Pyramid plastics also make a flap very similar to that givi.. Still not cheap though at $180

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Triumph-Str...UAAOSwe2ZbwHkE
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Pyramid plastics also make a flap very similar to that givi.. Still not cheap though at $180

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Triumph-Str...UAAOSwe2ZbwHkE
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Now you just need some slimmer turn signals to finish up the “tidy”.
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Okay - I've been waiting for this combo to be available in the states....link please?
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Twisted Throttle has the mud flap and RM02 mounting kit for Pre-order. Haven't seen anywhere else yet.

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