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post #1 of 16 Old 06-03-2017, 11:05 PM Thread Starter
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Great Deal on a Fender Eliminator (Tail Tidy)

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I wanted to share a great deal I found on a fender eliminator. It was only $30 and worked out fantastic! The quality is great, the led plate light is super bright and the OEM lights fit and work with it perfectly. This guy custom makes these himself. I had a $100 Yoshi eliminator on my last bike and this one is just as good. It just didn't come with a plate frame So here's the link and I hope you save some cash for another upgrade.

Kawasaki Ninja Z 1000 ZX1000 Z1000SX Z1000 ABS Fender Eliminator BLACK P/L | eBay

I'll work on getting a pic or two up shortly.
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post #2 of 16 Old 06-04-2017, 05:35 PM
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Lets see some pictures dude!

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Bump for a great deal!
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post #4 of 16 Old 06-12-2017, 07:23 PM
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Here's a pic of the Evotech one. This thing is STURDY thick aluminum. Personal preference I know, but I prefer fender eliminators that utilize the original license plate light and turn signals. Added bonus of the Evotech one is that it puts the license plate behind the tail light giving you a little more fender to stop (1) the skunk strip you get on your back when riding through water/mud, and (2) the accumulation of tiny rocks on your seat when you get off the bike



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post #5 of 16 Old 06-13-2017, 09:40 AM
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The Evotech sticks out a bit, here's some pictures from the guy on ebay. He sent me a link to view them on facebook.

https://www.facebook.com/pg/Customiz...06316892760724

Looks nice, just not sure if my SW Motech racks will be in the way or not. I really don't like the tail tidy I have, it uses those cheap ebay turn signals that more or less suck. I want to go back to the oem signals, they're bigger and brighter.
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Hi All,

I wanted to share a great deal I found on a fender eliminator. It was only $30 and worked out fantastic! The quality is great, the led plate light is super bright and the OEM lights fit and work with it perfectly. This guy custom makes these himself. I had a $100 Yoshi eliminator on my last bike and this one is just as good. It just didn't come with a plate frame So here's the link and I hope you save some cash for another upgrade.

Kawasaki Ninja Z 1000 ZX1000 Z1000SX Z1000 ABS Fender Eliminator BLACK P/L | eBay

I'll work on getting a pic or two up shortly.
Exactly what I needed, looks good and sturdy... just ordered one!

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Exactly what I needed, looks good and sturdy... just ordered one!
Yea me too, I send the guy a few messages and he responded quick. If you're not happy with it he'll let you return it and cover shipping I believe. Mine should be here sometime next week, don't know when I'll get to putting it on. I like the OEM signals, the previous owner put a tail tidy on this bike with cheap china signals that really suck. I hate them, so hopefully this fixes that problem.
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I plan on using the OEM turn signals... I haven't received it yet and plan to post pics once installed

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Guys, so sorry I left you hanging with pics. My camera lens shattered on my phone. I can assure you it looks absolutely fantastic on the bike. The stock signals and mounting hardware work perfectly and the plate light is LED and is VERY bright. I found a Youtube video for a generic install on our bike and had her done in an hour. Very thick aluminum (1/8") and good powder coating. For $30 it's a steal.
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Just ordered one too! The aesthetic build begins! I just hope the plate isn't angled up too high like some of the photos seem to show.. we'll see. Definitely worth finding out for $30.
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