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Old 10-12-2011, 05:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am 99% fininshed putting my latest mod on the bike. It's the rear fender from Paulius in Lithuania (a member on this site)

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The mounting bracket took a bit of modifying as the holes didnt quite match up with the exhisting mounts under the seat, but after a bit of cursing and a few cold beers, it all fell into place.

The only problem at the moment is the brake light isnt working properly, but I think that isnt anything to do with the wiring look supplied.

here a couple of quick snaps. Better ones to follow when the bike is clean, and I can find a better background, and maybe a bikini clad blonde to drape herself over the bike



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Looks great.
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Old 10-12-2011, 05:42 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Looks great.
Thanks.

I'm not happy with a couple of small things such as the license plate bracket I made isnt 100% straight, and the paint job was a quickie because I want to show her off at the moto GP this weekend, but I love the look myself

Ive got the adjustable lowering kit on her as well which I can still drop about another 3/4 inch, so I might see how that looks.
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Looks like it could take a fatter wheel as well. Maybe a good option for the 280 boys.

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I'm not happy with a couple of small things such as the license plate bracket
Looks great Gringo, your rear number plate will last about a half hour on there. Warriorblue had to go side mount with his.

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Hi.

Looks well.

At me too same rear fender.

Only I directly bought from Martin in Lithuania.
He doesn't sell, and its friend - as I have understood Pauljus, he is engaged in it...


P.S. And I here can't find now stock seat in any way, under this rear fender.

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Looks like it could take a fatter wheel as well. Maybe a good option for the 280 boys.

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Cant remember exactly, but 260 definitely fits, and I thought 280 as well.
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Gringo, is that the stock Yamaha 2005 rider seat installed as a solo?
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Looks great Gringo, your rear number plate will last about a half hour on there. Warriorblue had to go side mount with his.

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The number plate is on a lightweight but heavy duty steel bracket behind the lights. The bracket and number plate should survive OK. I might need to ensure the bolts are tight and no play otherwise the fender itself might get damaged.

Side mounts are illegal here. (although it is on my list of mods)
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Sure looks like a stock seat to me. I saw the dmitri thread, this may help..
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