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post #61 of 113 (permalink) Old 11-14-2012, 08:23 PM
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get the EVOTECH one, R&G is crap

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I have a Red 2012 s1rr that's supposed to arrive this week or next. The first thing I want to do is get rid of that god awful fender/license plate holder...what are my options as to aftermarket products? Is there one or two out there that are presumed to be the best quality? I'd like one that retains the same turn signals and requires no drilling.

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post #62 of 113 (permalink) Old 11-16-2012, 09:04 AM
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This is an interesting kit:

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post #63 of 113 (permalink) Old 11-16-2012, 09:22 AM
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I'd go with the Graves unit. It is by the far the cheapest, very well built, retains stock signals, no drilling required, and the licenses plate follows the contour of the body work making it more sleek than other units. I've been pulled over a couple of times for other reasons and never a mention of the angle.
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post #64 of 113 (permalink) Old 11-16-2012, 09:31 AM
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One more vote for D Triple, I mean the D3, awesome kit, easy to install, uses all the factory plugs and signals, light weight, great instructions. Originally I had ordered another product (can't recall which one right now) but it was a heavy as system, that had a big metal plate, and I had to cut and splice if I wanted it work, no thanks, sent it back, got the D3 and have never been happier.

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I'm in the market for a fender eliminator kit for my HP4 Used the Yosh on my 2012RR, great product.

Considering Rizoma (liking the adjustability) for the HP but it is not clear if you can use the factory turn signals or not. Those of you that have used the Rizoma kit confirm if I can use the factory turn signals or not. If not, Yosh or D3 it is...

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D3. The Yoshi logo looks silly.

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I've got the Graves kit, it was $75, uses the stock indicators and plate light and no drilling of any kind. Overall im very pleased with it

I am sure Rizoma is nice but Graves has to be the best looking

I would do the Graves with Rizoma turn signals

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Anyone know what setup this is?? I want to go with this one on my Hp4 or one that relocates the plates by the Tire hugger. Who knows of any?
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I went with the pipeworx on mine. I kinda like my tag showing as it's personalized and I'm not running from the law anyway...S1K RR looks good across the back...stuck some strip led blinkers on either side of the back of the tag for my signals....looks clean and the pipeworx is top notch.

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