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Hiya folks, first post


Looking at one of these:

which I see alot of people have - I think they look ace. Just looking for more information on what people did with the original indicators then, and that big hunk o' plastic theyre attached to (yuk
) Read here (I think) that someone cut it away? Not really an option, as I'd like to be able to return to standard if/when selling it on.
Any info'd be good, cheers
 

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you can buy them from your local honda dealer. bout 70 quid i think. its actually from the CBR150 (only sold on continent) not aftermarket as such.

shudnt affect value too much, its a good improvement, but i see wat u mean, just put up with the holes the old indicators leave. not really too noticeable, its black plastic after all.
 

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take the sticker off that swingarm lad.

P.s. thats an impressively clean rear sprock, u cant be riding it enough
 

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Maybe Ill take a look at cuttin the crap out of the rear end so, that pic just looks so good
That a custom bracket holding your license plate? Is the plate illuminated somehow?
 

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Ill post some better picts in the morning.

I used the original Plate light and the plate is fixed on with the metal bracket behind the plastic.
 

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i wud quite like to do it myself but cant be arsed. besides cant afford a new tail light unit, not worth it, only gonna be project-ing the cbr in a couple years. speaking of project, check ure PM's jonny_boy

looking forward to some close ups of ants rear-end though. lol
 

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I ordered an undertray from Skidmarx and turns out that they are selling Ermax trays, not their own as I thought. Unfortunately, the undertrays offered do not replace the stock trays.

Anyway, I got the tray fitted. Ill explain what is to be done as the instructions are vague:

Tools:

a fine toothed saw;
a small hack saw;
and a flat file (or any sort of tool to smooth things off).

Take off all the rear plastic fairing and tail-lights, number plate and so on but not the undertray!

There is a metal bracket that holds horizontally and vertically, the tail to the mudguard which holds the plate, that needs to be removed.

Saw off the mudguard and saw off any excess plastic. Use the file to smooth off any rough edges and keep trying the new undertray to see if it fits fine and keep filing until its a good fit.
 
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