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  • Doc
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    More pics would be good. Thanks.

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  • joel
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    Yup - tis my NT.The tail is - follow along now: a now OOP piece for FZR400's that is based on Rich Oliver's Yamaha TZ250,directly stolen from the Aprilia RSV250.Seriously The seat pad is for a kayak- I got all artistic and cut out the designs from the backing into that tribal fusion motif.Most people just run a few bolts through the seat and into the Hiperform subframe but I rigged mine up using a stock seat latch bolted to the subframe and epoxied a bolt and stops to the bottom of the tail.I could take some pics if you'd like to see but it's plain as can be.On one of the variations,I had the bolts running through the subframe covered by a velcro-on gel seat pad-that was trick,comfy and hard to tell how I had done it.

    I'd just get any random lower off Ebay or find a slightly crunchy one from any race org's classifieds or ask on their forums,cut it up to whatever shape you want and slap it on.NT's are easy to deal with in that department as there are so many mounting bosses for other versions-you can make the brackets out of strip aluminum and they'll work just fine.That's more high-classed that just using plumber's tape.

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  • Doc
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    Is that an RC51 tail?

    I am putting one on my race bike and was wondering how to moount it. Got suggestions or detailed pics (I see the hiperform subframe)

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  • Doc
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    Is that your bike?

    I love the seat padding. nice touch.

    True I might have to modify it to make it a catch pan. The good thing is that they don't require them on the Hawks where I will be racing. It will be purely fo show.

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  • joel
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    I have the Powerbronze NTV-Revere bellypan on mine.It was expensive for what it is,the brackets look like they were made as a 7th grade shop project and the portion of the rear closest to the headers curled a little from the heat but it does bolt up directly and looks kinda cool IME.www.streetfightersbydesign.com could get you one or order direct from the UK.

    Obviously it's not an oil retaining lower so it does no good for a track-ho

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  • NT696
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    +1

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  • Doc
    started a topic Under belly/ Chin spoiler

    Under belly/ Chin spoiler

    Does anyone have one or know where I can get one or what bike I might take one off that doesn't need alot of fabrication?
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