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It's not a flip-up but I installed a a Yoshi fender eliminator and was very easy to install and looks great; I'm guessing that the flip-up requirement is for track-day use or elsewhere when you would like to remain anonymous!!! ;)
 

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That doesn't flip up, nor is it hinged.

It's not a flip-up but I installed a a Yoshi fender eliminator and was very easy to install and looks great; I'm guessing that the flip-up requirement is for track-day use or elsewhere when you would like to remain anonymous!!! ;)
I street park my bike in NYC, plate theft is an issue. Instead of using velcro or butterfly nuts, I think a better solution is to hide the plate when parked. I was thinking with plate flipped and hidden from pedestrians will keep sticky fingers away. Assholes that don't see what they're looking for (at first sight) usually won't take a second glance.
 

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Good luck on finding a kit which meets your needs. Can't think of anyone who makes one to do what you're proposing. Possibly look for one from a Z1000?
 

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I installed a Yoshimura fender eliminator on a Ninja 650 and it looked great. It's more expensive then some other models but the finish was good, it fit the OEM turn signals and had the led plate light. I will be putting a Yoshimura on my 1000 this spring.
 
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