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    Registered User Array gord-r6's Avatar
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    Ugly tail light on a R6

    I have a '04 Yahama R6 and I can't stand the rear light/plate fixture and I want to do something about it. Does anyone know where I can get an after market piece?

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    magnesium beeeeeotch Array tachtical's Avatar
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    Depends what you are looking for...
    You may get a kit that remounts your plate with stock signals or you may have to move signals by other means.

    The first kits have signal mounts, you may use stock or aftermarket.
    The last kit is just a plate mount, you must remount signals.
    PM for pricing.

    Quote Originally Posted by ssblade
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    These lights are not a FE kit they just replace your light. Your tail will have the same look unless you use a kit as below
    Last edited by tachtical; 10-09-2005 at 08:58 AM.
    WTF?over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gord-r6
    I have a '04 Yahama R6 and I can't stand the rear light/plate fixture and I want to do something about it.
    A costly but effective alternative would be to trade in your present bike for the new R6's coming out this spring. Schwwwwing.

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    These lights are not a FE kit they just replace your light. Your tail will have the same look unless you use a kit as below
    i can't count how many bikes we just put a clearalternatives lens in with signals built in and just unbolt the fender and mount the plate. so in my mind i think of it as a fender eliminator. on modern bikes all you do is unbolt the fender so how much easier could it be?

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    My what?
    It could just fall off for people.
    I didn't say it was your fault, I said I was blaming you.

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