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Old 03-06-2012, 12:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Rear Fender Eliminator for 2012 EX650?

Has anyone found a brand that is made specifically for the 2012 Ninja EX650, or one that can fit. I am also looking to see if anyone has done a "home project" rear fender eliminator that would cost significantly cheaper. I've seen some forums online talking about it, but something that keeps it street legal... thanks
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Has anyone found a brand that is made specifically for the 2012 Ninja EX650, or one that can fit. I am also looking to see if anyone has done a "home project" rear fender eliminator that would cost significantly cheaper. I've seen some forums online talking about it, but something that keeps it street legal... thanks
Well mine is road legal in Thailand....
And cost me around 2 cents (4 screws)
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I've always made my own tail-tidies, just a couple of 'L' shaped brackets from a local DIY store will secure the number plate and the same can be said for the indicators. Total cost no more than $2 but i am a tight ass
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I've always made my own tail-tidies, just a couple of 'L' shaped brackets from a local DIY store will secure the number plate and the same can be said for the indicators. Total cost no more than $2 but i am a tight ass
His turned out great. I might end up doing that to my '12
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His turned out great. I might end up doing that to my '12
Cheers, i do hope to rid the bike of it's stock indicators as soon as i have time to make integrated turn signals into my rear brake light cluster
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Cheers, i do hope to rid the bike of it's stock indicators as soon as i have time to make integrated turn signals into my rear brake light cluster
Now THAT, would look great!
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What's your problem dude? He's asking about the new 2012 model and there are only a handful of people on this forum who own the new bike.

To answer the OP's question, Motoplay has a pretty trick looking tail tidy for the 2012 EX650:









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What's your problem dude? He's asking about the new 2012 model and there are only a handful of people on this forum who own the new bike.

To answer the OP's question, Motoplay has a pretty trick looking tail tidy for the 2012 EX650:









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I agree, it's a tasty bit of kit but more than 100 times the cost of my tail tidy
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Its very nice, but having been on their website, I can't make head nor tail of it as its all in Thai! How much are those MK1 2011 tail tidies and the Rad guard please?
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