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I have the fender eliminator kit found here:
www.newspeed3.com/html/fender_eliminator_kit.html

I am going to California soon, so I know I will be pulled over for this if I don't change it.

I am looking for a fender eliminator bracket w/o turn signal provisions that places the plate IMMEDIATELY under the brake light assembly. I do not have the "spike" piece on my tail and would rather not have it on there. I am looking for a bracket that will allow me to angle my plate backwards a little bit to help reduce the spray as well.

Any input?
 

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Does the moto-fab bracket spray your rear brake light and make it filthy during a rainy day or gravelly ride?

[ This message was edited by: odium on 2007-03-07 20:39 ]
 

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I think they'll all spray the tail light cuz the tire is like 4" past the seat without the spike. I'd worry more about the spray on your gear after a wet ride. Mine usually looks horrible.
 

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On 2007-03-09 19:22, ThePope wrote:
I bought one on that 50% sale (still waiting) but does it help that much?
well, it depends on which one you buy. my currrent one really makes a difference.
the cool "guitar pick" shaped one i gave to cheap was a little less efficient with the spray.
-- but it helped non-the-less.
i'd seriously think about one. if only for your rear shock.
 
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