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Thanks for the photo's, it looks great, I'm waiting for mine to arrive, Royal Mail Track and Trace is hopeless though, I have no idea where it is or when it might get here.


It would be good if someone made an infill for the space between the bottom of the mud guard and the top of the number plate.


Black plastic would probably do it, you would end up with a more effective mud guard, especially with the billboard sized number plate you blokes use.
 

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Looks like a nicely built product, but I'm waiting for one that hides the light and whatnot under the fender, not sticking out from it. So just like that but with slightly more angle and moved in a couple inches.
 

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Looks like a nicely built product, but I'm waiting for one that hides the light and whatnot under the fender, not sticking out from it. So just like that but with slightly more angle and moved in a couple inches.
I hear what you say, but I think that might look a bit odd as it'd probably sit the number plate right above the tyre, plus there may then be a fouling issue.
 

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Fitting the tail tidy is easy - everything fits well and it's well thought-out. My main issues were removing the old bracket

Evotech instruction number 1 says to remove a "P" clip which secures the wire running to the light from the front of the swing arm. It is not at all easy to access this unless you have hands like a rose-jointed monkey...

Just getting an Allen key onto it was very difficult with my large hands in the small space! But persistence pays off of course and the rest of the process is straightforward. Allow an hour to be safe.

Jonny
 
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