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A small trimming, sanding and a steady hand is required but the mounting holes lines up perfect. Not for the weak of heart because if you mess up, say goodbye to your $250.

I still need to sand and clean up the trimmed area but overall, looks good and offers a much better protection from road debris etc.

Went from Motowheels short rear hugger (for sale)


Shifttech medium rear hugger






 

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A small trimming, sanding and a steady hand is required but the mounting holes lines up perfect. Not for the weak of heart because if you mess up, say goodbye to your $250.

I still need to sand and clean up the trimmed area but overall, looks good and offers a much better protection from road debris etc.

Went from Motowheels short rear hugger (for sale)


Shifttech medium rear hugger






What do you want for the old one?
 

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I just took the stock ugly plastic one off completely. I think it looks pretty cool like that, and I got rid of the cable for the exhaust valve. That rear end is starting to get pretty naked. :)
 

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I just mounted mine that I got from Santa. Looks good! He left the invoice in the box and it looks like Santa got the 10% discount and Free Shipping from SHIFT-TECH. Must be he is a member here! Anything to save a buck! I asked for a new exhaust too but didn't get that and I thought I was good this year too!
 
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