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post #21 of 62 Old 06-22-2015, 04:57 PM
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Hey gang! I will be posting some pictures only for the forum gang of the first look at our R3 Fender Eliminator. You will not want to miss it. Be sure to check out our thread for pictures coming later today!!!

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post #22 of 62 Old 11-05-2015, 01:56 AM
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I found the TST website thanks to mpizzaca's post above. Looks like I'll be spending just under $200.00 for the integrated tail light, flush front turn signals, relay, and fender eliminator. Better than going with the Yosh unit and piecing together the rest from various sites.

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How were you able to buy those from the TST website? It still says coming soon for those parts.
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post #23 of 62 Old 11-06-2015, 03:21 AM
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i don't think he bought them . i think he is saying he is estimating to spend less than $200 for all those items
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post #24 of 62 Old 11-07-2015, 11:30 PM
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Got the R&G Eliminator. Very good quality and looks good.

Installation was easy. I had some superglue handy so I was able to glue the spacers in place. All cables are easy to route. Yes the cabling does seem to be reversed. All that required was swapping the wires around. Caused no damage in the process.

TS Industries eliminators look good, but just too late to the party. There's other great options available, including R&G, which is easy to get in Australia from Bikebiz and On Two Wheels. Also with R&G everything you need is in the box. No ordering additional brackets or plate illuminators for the TS Industries one.

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Clicked post Post Reply to fast and only uploaded one pic. Here's a couple more. Profile looks great.
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why not mount numberplate on the undertail with a few bolts?
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So I was considering a few options and couldn't wait any longer. Just thought I'd share the Motodynamic FE I purchased. This is a very good quality FE and for the price, they thought of everything from LED license plate light to stock or after market signals. The two piece design is very sturdy and powder coated. One piece covers the undercarriage and the other piece that holds the actual plate. The LED license plate light sits tucked away under the stock flap that hangs lower than the body line. You have two different signal brackets to choose from depending on what signals you choose to use. I decided to use the stock signal brackets, since it's a two bolt mount, with some aftermarket signal holders. The stock bracket signals are much thicker and can be mounted inwards of the plate. The angle of the license plate is perfect and the panel plate covers the whole area of the plastics so water and dirt can't get in. I couldn't be happier with this purchase. Don't mind the ugly Hawaii safety check sticker/plate..
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Looks good. Cant beat the price and availability.
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The R&G FE comes with all that?? Nice! I believe it's the best looking. The lights are sleeker looking but not so tiny as if they don't exist. I'll be going with that one too, unless a nicer one pops up between now and Sunday.
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