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    Quote Originally Posted by ThunderpantsV4 View Post
    If you buy the Aprilia one from the accessories pdf it's adjustable, you can adjust the angle of the plate until you like it and then you can re-adjust the angle of the indicators to keep them level. Attachment 384791 Attachment 384792
    Unfortunately this is not a cheap option...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgmach1 View Post
    I know this option is very controversial here, but I like it.....
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    With a few mods by me......worked out great. Easily removable for track visits also.....
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    i was actually things of doing something like this yesterday.... might take another look... any chance of a close up photo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toastynacho View Post
    The whole point of a tail tidy is to eliminate the tail, the thing that is supposed to stop roosters tails. Id personally pick what you think looks the best, and roll with it. (MotoDynamic kit is less popular but is built like a brick shit house, is pretty cheap, and is straightforward to install. would recommend)

    I'm gonna second the Motodynamic kit. Get their integrated tail light, and then get the tail tidy, and you have a real nice tail section. Only if you're using stock turn signals, then go with the Evotech kit.

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    I ended up ordering the Evotech and I am planning on keeping the stock turn signals.

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    My Tuono with cheapo tailtidy & oem indicators Click image for larger version. 

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    Euro guys got stricter rules regarding to plate.

    In the US, most has the integrated tail and mount the plate right under, where the original plate cover is.
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    With a few mods by me......worked out great. Easily removable for track visits also.....
    Attachment 384773[/QUOTE]

    I like how it looks with the plate mounted to it. How did you run the power to the plate light?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike_in_nh View Post
    With a few mods by me......worked out great. Easily removable for track visits also.....
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    I like how it looks with the plate mounted to it. How did you run the power to the plate light?[/QUOTE]

    I don’t think there is a plate light... one reason why I won’t be doing that as I wouldn’t get an annual Warrant of Fitness cert...

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    I got one of these sent down here.. happy with it
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/APRILIA-TUO...4AAOxyJs5RZtBS

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    Quote Originally Posted by dawnrazor View Post
    I like how it looks with the plate mounted to it. How did you run the power to the plate light?
    I donít think there is a plate light... one reason why I wonít be doing that as I wouldnít get an annual Warrant of Fitness cert...
    You are correct, no plate light. I don't do much, if any, riding at night with this bike. If I do, I just rely on the reflectiveness of the plates we have in the states.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dawnrazor View Post
    Unfortunately this is not a cheap option...
    I found mine on ebay, still new in the packet but nice and cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dawnrazor View Post
    I like how it looks with the plate mounted to it. How did you run the power to the plate light?
    I donít think there is a plate light... one reason why I wonít be doing that as I wouldnít get an annual Warrant of Fitness cert...[/QUOTE]

    Quote Originally Posted by yomikey View Post
    I got one of these sent down here.. happy with it
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/APRILIA-TUO...4AAOxyJs5RZtBS
    Yeah, I'm not in love with the standard rear fender, and a traditional fender eliminator is going to get me wet. I leave for work very early and the roads are wet alot of the time, so I do need something to stop the spray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgmach1 View Post
    You are correct, no plate light. I don't do much, if any, riding at night with this bike. If I do, I just rely on the reflectiveness of the plates we have in the states.
    Around here I'll be needing a plate light for sure...
    I like what you did and it's definitely got me thinking. Did you purchased the Capo axle adjusters, or did you just drill your factory ones to mount the fender?

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