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I've seen it too. Looks alot better but I'm worried if the licence plate is placed in that angle,it might give some problems with police
 

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Hmm, Canadian plates are 5.25" from center of mounting holes. I wonder if I could just drill new holes, is that legal/would I ever get called out?
 

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Are Fender Elim Kits legal to begin with? I haven't found much regarding legality in Ontario.
I think the only legal requirement is that it be clearly visible from the rear. As long as it's not tucked really far under the fender or at a really tight angle, you shouldn't get too much flak.

I'll probably by this and do whatever is necessary to attach my plate to it.
 

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Are Fender Elim Kits legal to begin with? I haven't found much regarding legality in Ontario.
If the laws are similar to Alberta you need the plate behind the rear axle, the signals have to be a certain distance apart and you must have licence plate lights which I can't see on this kit.
 

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I believe with the Yoshimura it comes with the license plate lights and allows you to reuse the stock turn signals. My concern is that the plate will no longer be behind the rear tire.

If the laws are similar to Alberta you need the plate behind the rear axle, the signals have to be a certain distance apart and you must have licence plate lights which I can't see on this kit.
 

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I believe with the Yoshimura it comes with the license plate lights and allows you to reuse the stock turn signals. My concern is that the plate will no longer be behind the rear tire.
I've seen the yoshi kit, I'm sure youre good. I've had all fender elims on all my bikes and never had a ticket. The guys that do get tickets are the ones that mount the plate in front of the rear tire recessed deep in the wheel well...
 
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