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    Quote Originally Posted by squidbuellie View Post
    The dieselmoto is just a stock cut up tail for $50 more then doing it yourself. Rizzo made a tail that was fiberglass that had a better shape but they discontinued them back in 2007.
    No way.....sorry for interfering with your schooling that you are doing! He asked for a fender eliminator not a stock tail that he had to cut, I showed him the option that he has.

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    Tail Chop

    I did my own tail chop. Admittedly encountered a lot of small challenges, but in the end it turned out great. If I were to do it again, I would NOT recommend mounting the turn signals in the tail piece. Instead, buy an aftermarket turn signal bracket. This one fits the existing holes on the tail piece without modification.

    https://dieselmoto.com/collections/x...ag-bracket-kit

    Here's mine.
    buell 2009 tail chop.jpg

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    Hi everyone. I just realized that TM is workig on making some new translucent airbox cover and windscreen.
    It is still under developpement but it look promising !
    https://www.twinmotorcycles.nl/artik...cid=7&aid=2293

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niklos View Post
    Hi everyone. I just realized that TM is workig on making some new translucent airbox cover and windscreen.
    It is still under developpement but it look promising !
    https://www.twinmotorcycles.nl/artik...cid=7&aid=2293



    1776: You gotta fix the turnsignals. lol Chop looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niklos View Post
    Hi everyone. I just realized that TM is workig on making some new translucent airbox cover and windscreen.
    It is still under developpement but it look promising !
    https://www.twinmotorcycles.nl/artik...cid=7&aid=2293
    For any color translucent plastic including clear! Check out this contact info from SEXT9:
    "Aunchalee Pak out of Bankok Thailand. He's on the Facebook BuellXB.com group"

    I don't FB, but would like to know if the info is still good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niklos View Post
    Hi everyone. I just realized that TM is workig on making some new translucent airbox cover and windscreen.
    It is still under developpement but it look promising !
    https://www.twinmotorcycles.nl/artik...cid=7&aid=2293
    Hello, Developpement done.
    Here is the blue version
    Valencia Orange version
    Cherry Bomb version
    No kick Ash so far. I think it is kind of expensive but... well... at least, they are redoing it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niklos View Post
    Hello, Developpement done.
    Here is the blue version
    Valencia Orange version
    Cherry Bomb version
    No kick Ash so far. I think it is kind of expensive but... well... at least, they are redoing it !
    Thats pretty awesome that they are re-popping them. Hopefully they were able to address the cracking issue of the OE ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niklos View Post
    Hello, Developpement done.
    Here is the blue version
    Valencia Orange version
    Cherry Bomb version
    No kick Ash so far. I think it is kind of expensive but... well... at least, they are redoing it !

    € 703,00

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    I had emailed the FB guy in Thailand about those covers, and never heard back. Yikes $780 for replacement is ludicrous!

    Anyone know of a source for short/standard frame pucks in the US?



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