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Yoshimura has always been synonymous with quality craftsmanship, precision fitment, and impeccable quality. Their Fender Eliminator Kits are no exception, and they are sure to give your bike the sleek race look that every rider craves.
These kits feature a precision laser cut stainless bracket that tucks discreetly under the tail section of the bike, as well as a premium LED lights. Completing the kit is an anodized aluminum license plate frame which features a silk screened Yoshimura logo.
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Wylie D:There's no cutting involved installing the kit.
They recommended cutting the stock wiring off the old vanity light but, I chose not to. Just in case if I ever want to reverse the install to sell the bike. Plus, I hate messing with the stock harness and always like to modify the wirings that are not stock (if that makes sense).
The only thing I wished they had was a pre-wired connector with a Pin to the LED Vanity Light (to make it easier on people who are not electrical friendly). But, easy fix is to get a Male Pin Similar to the factory harness at any electronic store (RadioShack). Once, you have that it will be a plug and play.Apr 27, 2015
Wesley B V:The kit comes with everything you need. to put it on, witch is easy. Taking the section off is the hard part. You will need a flex extension for under the fender screws to take off and put back on. Also a small pry bar for the top section to gently pry up the left and right side to take off and on the nuts with a socket. They don't tell you this in the instructions. Pry the tube up just enough to get the socket on and NUT off and on. Also THERE IS NO CUTTING ANY WHERE except cut he wire to hook up the license plate light.
Devin G:There is no cutting involved. Some of the disassembly of the tail section can be a little finicky but that has nothing to do with the fender eliminator. I lied, there is one wire you will have to cut and splice. I think it is for the license plate light power, but other than that pretty straightforward. Hope that helps, good luck.Apr 27, 2015
Jack B:No there is no cutting involved. It is Farley simple to put on, the hardest part is just reattaching the wires for brake and tail lights. Really not to bad though overall I'm very happy with the kit and it looks great!Apr 27, 2015
Geoffrey P:Not a bit. It was pretty easy to install and really tidies up the back of the bike. The only tricky part I thought was dealing with the wiring in the tight space. Helps to have good tools!Apr 27, 2015
Scott G:The kit requires you to remove the wires for the stock license plate light and use them to connect the integrated LEDs. But there isn't any cutting of frame, fairings, or other parts.Apr 27, 2015
chris w:Wiring is simple. The blinker wires go back into the same connectors. Also the number plate light wires i used my own crimp connections so they fit into the stock honda connectors. But it comes supplied with extra connects you can use though if you desire. All you have to do is run the wires into the hole in the centre of the plate that comes with it.Feb 5, 2015
Geoffrey P:It's not complicated but the space to work in is pretty cramped. It helps to have a good wire stripping/ crimping pliers. Directions are decent. If you can install a light fixture you should be good to go!Feb 4, 2015
Miguel P:Ehhhh it's quite easy, basically just match the colors. If I remember correctly they tell you what colors go with what connectors but yeah that's the easy part. Removing the OEM fender is why takes forever! Feb 10, 2015