RG Racing Fender Eliminator Triumph Daytona 675 / R / Street Triple / R 2013-2014
Working Well, Setup slightly funky.
I actually really like it, but I have to let you all know one thing about this fender eliminator... Ok two.
Number one... the instructions totally suck. They look like they were photocopied from a photocopy of a photocopy that came out of some 10 year old school book. No really they are that faded and unreadable. I basically just looked at the parts and figured it out on my own.
Number two... It comes with this weird rubber spacer (at least for my bike) not sure about others. It feels like a total afterthought and is really meant to just take up space.
Once you figure it all out it works pretty well and gives you a nice clean look. Ive had it for months with no issues at all.
Of course I do live in California with almost zero rain, so I don't really know how it well it weather seals.
March 16, 2015
Bike looks much better from behind!!
Looks great. Install was a pain, but worth it.revzila is awesome.
March 7, 2015
Great looker, Could be easier to Install
Fit and finish on the product is great, and they really thought of everything when it comes to wire routing from the tail of the bike up to the harness. Only wiring that needed to be cut was for the license plate light and that was only two wires.
Hardest part of the install was mounting everything up to the bike since there are 3 pieces that mount together, I needed to have a second person hold everything together while I got the bolts started, I think I could have done it on my own but a second set of hands makes the process much quicker.
Total install time was a bit over an hour.
March 5, 2015
This was an exact fit for my 2013 street triple, easy to install and really cleans up the tail of the bike, highly recommend this
February 16, 2015
Best/Nicest fender deleting kit for Triumph STR
Really impressed with the quality of this product. Looks neat and tidy.
November 5, 2014
Good - could be a bit better
Well made and effective, could be less difficult to install if they fused a few of the spacers together and mounted the fasteners - as it is it needs two and half hands to install. Not a big deal, but like to remove the entire license plate assembly for track days, so I take it off frequently...
October 13, 2014
Good look - requires cutting of OEM wiring
Since I didn't want to cut the OEM wiring, I modified the R&G plate in the kit. If you have some metal-working skills and can cut/drill steel then you can reuse all of the wiring and lighting including the license plate light.
As always Revzilla was awesome.
October 13, 2014
A bit tricky but looks great.
First off, I'm no mechanic and I certainly don't know much about electronics, so take my opinion on ease of install as you will. This will require a bit of wiring, but if you've ever done a car stereo or something simple like that you'll be just fine. As long as you're using the stock turn signals the only wiring needing to be done is the license plate light in order to use the stock wiring harness. It's not too bad really but it did take me a couple hours to do the entire install. (Including a mishap or three with washers that decided to disappear inside the tail section, whoops. Glad I had a magnetic screwdriver) The instructions are good but the pictures are in black and white and super grainy, so it's hard to see. There may be an online .pdf of the directions with better pictures but I didn't check. Anyway it works great and the bike looks so much better without that big piece of plastic hanging off the back.
August 29, 2014