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Yoshimura Fender Eliminator Kit Kawasaki Ninja 1000 / Z 1000
Yoshimura has always been synonymous with quality craftsmanship, precision fitment, and impeccable quality. Their newly designed 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 CNC machined light holder which houses 4 LED lights. The light housing is anodized black and laser etched with Yoshimura's logo. Completing the kit is an anodized aluminum license plate frame which features a silk screened Yoshimura logo.
Note: Please check local laws before purchasing. Some modifications may be prohibited in some states.
While the directions could use some work, the finished product looks great. One tip to note - don't tighten up anything until you gt everything mounted and all wires run!
August 11, 2014
Looks great and functions well but install can be fiddly
The kit was complete, no missing parts. The brackets holding the stock turn signals mounted together with the license plate holder and could be annoying to deal with at times. (Installing the bolts and leaving them loose really helps, tighten them last) When installing the bracket to the bike put the bolts in from the bottom and the nuts and washers on top. The instructions have them the opposite way and IT IS a pain unless you've got 4 hands. It looks much cleaner! The butt connectors that come with the kit are low quality and I DID NOT use them. Solder, a small amount of dielectric grease and shrink tubing is the better way to go IMO. The install was a bit fiddly at times but, the clean look of this kit was well worth the extra effort.
March 21, 2014
Does exactly what it says it does
Once received I was happy with the directions, they were detailed and explained step by step how to change the old fender to this new one. Once started it only took me a little over an hour to do the changeover. So far I have found no issues with it, and as far as this one being the cheapest one I found it was a good deal.
February 24, 2014
Installed this kit and it looks amazing!!! Too bad the LED "block" fell out and I got pulled over by the police for not having a plate light. Had to buy an adhesive LED strip to make my bike legal for now.
October 24, 2013
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Gregory C: This was the best price I could find on this Yoshimura Fender Eliminator Kit. Several of my friends have this same kit on their bikes and have had no issues at all, some of them for several years. This is one of the lightest (least heavy) kits that still retain the stock turn signals available in its price range.Mar 13, 2014
Shawn L: Good reviews uses stock directionalsDec 28, 2013
A shopper asked:Did you have to make any modifications to the fender for the kit to fit (did you have to drill any holes)?Jul 10, 2014
Gregory C:No you do not have to drill any holes. I recommend putting the heads of the bolts towards the tire. The opposite of the way the instructions show. Solder the wires together and use shrink tubing, ditch the but splices if possible. Make sure the wires are routed so they will not be crushed or pinched when you tighten the bolts. Tighten the bolts around the license plate/bracket AFTER you get the mounting bracket secured, it will save a little time. I had to loosen mine back up because it was kind of a pain.Jul 10, 2014