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I can understand the first ding, check out my post here /forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3781 ...warning, not too pretty a sight.

As far as the fender eliminator, I made my own. You can check out my pics in the old posts or at my site http://www.geocities.com/skiv_here/6r.html
There is also instructions on how to remove your fender. If you go with the Lockhart Phillips flush mounts on the front (like everyone else) go with the small, not the mini. When you make the eliminator, you will need to make tabs to mount the signals. There are a few places that make the kits, but you are looking at $50 to $125 for them, depending if you want to spend that much. I also painted my hugger myself. /forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3711
And dynoed it... /forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=3081

I really enjoy it and now that it can hold up decent to a wreck, I can work on my wheelies:D So enjoy it and watch out for ditches

C-Ya.....Skiv
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'91 ZX6d
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I'm a newb on here and just picked up my silver 6R 2 weeks ago. I managed to put 500 km on it so far and some asshole already dented my gas tank:(. Oh well what can you do, the first ding is always the worst. I have a couple of quick questions for everyone though.

Are the fender eliminator kits easy to install? (do you just splice into the factory wiring)What brand does everyone recommend or should I just make my own?

Are flush mount signals easy to install? Do you have to cut or drill anything?

Thanks for your help and I'll probably post some pics up in the next couple of weeks. I'll try to post some before and after shots once I finish my projects.
 

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I instaled a competition werkes fender eliminator on my 03 6R, and it was easy directions. Flush are even easier, Just remove the upper pannels, and you can reach down and connect it.

Lane Fowler
 
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