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Official: Hypermotard 950 Fender Eliminator Kits

So given the desperate need to clean up the rear of this beauty, I've have been searching for various options and brainstorming my own. Mounting the plate in between the two exhaust cans is not a possibility unless you were to cut you license plate down (something that may give cops or even meter maids an excuse to write you a ticket). Again I would not suggest this option and forget about it if you have those huge European plates lol.

There are a lot of options being released out there in terms of fender eliminators and again feel free to post new ones your come across. That's the name of the game here. Just trying to let everyone know of the options available.

-- New Rage Cycles (NRC): Cleans up the tail nicely with a set of turn signals mounting under the headlight. The downside is the plate mount is #1 a separate purchase, and #2 only available as a swingarm mount which is not for everyone.

Ducati Hypermotard 950 Rear Turn Signals

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-- Evotech Performance (UK): From my experience they tend to be more conservative with their designs but they keep it clean and simple. They have included some heat deflector plates/shields on theirs given the proximity to the exhausts. Not a bad idea but not sure if that's really necessary as plenty of air should be moving around the rear end of the bike.

https://evotech-performance.com/coll...tail-tidy-2019



-- Evotech (Italy): Looks a little bigger and not as clean as the Evotech Performance kit. Also seems to incorporate some heat deflecting plate.

https://www.evotech-rc.com/product/2...950#ad-image-0



-- Misc. German Fender Eliminator 1: Looks clean and priced right compared to some of these other manufacturers.

https://www.italo-shop.com/Hypermota...ors::8857.html



-- Misc. German Fender Eliminator 2: Looks more tailored to the European license plates but worth a look anyway.

https://www.italo-shop.com/Hypermota...ion::9000.html



-- Misc. German Fender Eliminator 3: Again looks to made for the European plates but worth a mention.

https://www.italo-shop.com/Hypermota...als::8999.html
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I love to see some pictues with the kits mounted and with a (european) license plate. and different exhausts. My 950 SP with full termi should be delivered any moment. but i'm still waiting to order a fender elimantor kit
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The Futurismoto eliminator for the Panigale V4 is brilliant. I emailed the guy about making one for the 950 but no response yet. He is a one man operation so very busy. Not optimistic that he will ever offer one for the 950. So far there is nothing out there I would buy for my 950 SP. I have the full Termi exhaust so normal turn signals will not fit. The Shift-Tech is interesting but no license plate light built in. They say it come with one but it may be an afterthought. I am willing to wait for something better.

On another note I emailed Bursig to ask whether the 939 setup would work on the 950. They did not know but are sending my a 939 adaptor to let me check. I like using the Bursig stand as it helps me fit two motorcycles in the garage better.
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The Futurismoto eliminator for the Panigale V4 is brilliant. I emailed the guy about making one for the 950 but no response yet. He is a one man operation so very busy. Not optimistic that he will ever offer one for the 950. So far there is nothing out there I would buy for my 950 SP. I have the full Termi exhaust so normal turn signals will not fit. The Shift-Tech is interesting but no license plate light built in. They say it come with one but it may be an afterthought. I am willing to wait for something better.

On another note I emailed Bursig to ask whether the 939 setup would work on the 950. They did not know but are sending my a 939 adaptor to let me check. I like using the Bursig stand as it helps me fit two motorcycles in the garage better.

If you're referring to the fender eliminator offered on Shift-Tech, this is the NRC kit that is available as a turn signal purchase, swingarm plate mount (which as far as I know has a plug and play license plate light), or both. This NRC kit is available from a lot of retailers.


In regards to the Bursig do keep us updated on that. I have the stand and was uing it with my SF848. It's a great stand!
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Just out of curiosity I checked to see if a USA sized license plate would clear the Termi full exhaust muffler if the plate was mounted right under the tail section and it does fit. So something like the Futurismoto design would work. His part for the Panigale V4s is a machined aluminum part that incorporates the turn signals and license plate light with the license bracket right underneath. I am not going to get a fender eliminator kit until something like that is available.
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Since you have the full Termi single you could use the NRC tail tidy for the 939. If you want to run turn signals though you may try the Evotech 939 tail tidy and the shorter turn signals sold with the Termi kit for the 939. I have a new set if you want them. Shorter & smaller than OEM & plug and play. The NRC kit is clean with a nice led plate light & a very legal looking angle. I blew a fuse & got pulled over for no taillight at night by a very by the book Redondo Beach officer & he said nothing about the intergrated turn signals. I used the stock side reflectors to make it look a little more “stock”
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Since you have the full Termi single you could use the NRC tail tidy for the 939. If you want to run turn signals though you may try the Evotech 939 tail tidy and the shorter turn signals sold with the Termi kit for the 939. I have a new set if you want them. Shorter & smaller than OEM & plug and play. The NRC kit is clean with a nice led plate light & a very legal looking angle. I blew a fuse & got pulled over for no taillight at night by a very by the book Redondo Beach officer & he said nothing about the intergrated turn signals. I used the stock side reflectors to make it look a little more “stock”
Great suggestion with the NRC kit. I did not realize they had a kit that mounted the plate right under the tail section.
Thanks! I ordered this with the standard plate bracket:

Ducati Hypermotard 939/821 Tail Tidy Fender Eliminator Kit
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Great suggestion with the NRC kit. I did not realize they had a kit that mounted the plate right under the tail section.
Thanks! I ordered this with the standard plate bracket:

Ducati Hypermotard 939/821 Tail Tidy Fender Eliminator Kit



Keep in mind that kit is for the older Hyper (821/939) and by the looks of it the mounting points and bracket are different. You will have to fab/modify to get it to work.
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Will this fit on a 950 if it does .. please post some pictures :-)
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Will let you know what happens.
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