can anyone plz help me on how i could make my own fender elimanator. I ordered the led brake light with turn signals. So i will not need to mount any turn signals, i just need something to mount my plate. I have a 03 suzuki katana 600f.
I recall there were quite a few discussions on the kawi board about that back in '05/06 and most just got an L bracket from a home improvement store, drilled some holes for the plate and then took off the seats and toolbox and found an appropriate spot to mount it. It was pretty trivial, apparently. I ended up ordering a kit from the forum to additionally support the discussion boards.
i made my own eliminator, i just cut the plastic stock fender off and bought a licence plate bracket from royal distributing(motorcycle store in canada) and it was like 20 bucks, i just bolted the licence plate bracket directly to the outter side of the storage compartment and attached new led turn signals to the licence plate bracket and that all turned out great, much much better than the stock one, made a big difference..i have a few pics if your interested
I've got cbr900rr carbs on my mk1 rabbit gti. It's got a 16v swap.
I am currently running 160 mains and 42 pilots. Mixture screws are 4 turns out already and I still idle very lean. 19:1 afr. Its rich everywhere else though. If I give it throttle itll jump to 12:1 and cruising is around...
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Hello I have a mitto and I want to convert the most popular option is the rd350, I've been looking at the ktm rc390 I was wondering if anyone had any information or tips on how to find out if the engine will fit the frame ???
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