Best Powersports Fender Eliminators in 2020



Motorcycle Fender Eliminator license plate mount Fit for Kawasaki Z650 / Ninja 650 2017 2018 2019 (Black) Review:


Had a mechanic friend install it and he couldn’t have spoken more highly about the quality of build and ease of installment. He said it’s made solid, instructions were easy to follow and it fit perfect. Before and after pics of stock lights then this installed. Definitely better quality, price and overall look than a way more expensive one I had on an older bike.



Fender Eliminator Plate Bracket for Honda CBR600RR 2003-2017 / CBR1000RR 2004-2007 Review:


The probuct is fine. However the how to video is a little unrealistic the servo cover is very tight and plastic and breaks very easy. When mine broke I took it to Honda they will replace the cover and hole finder kit and install the bracket for $249. So this thing got real exspinsive. Cycle shack north in Conroe tx says this happens a lot so if yours is still under warranty like mine only has 205 miles and already in shop. If I would have let them break it I would have been replaced by Honda but since I'm the unlucky guy had to learn the hard way. Looks easy but may not be there are inconsistencies coming out of the Honda plant so don't roll the dice let a dealer do it



DMP Kawasaki Ninja 400 2018 2019 Z400 Fender Eliminator Kit SLR For use with OEM Markers and Plate Lights 670-4155 - MADE IN THE USA Review:


I wanted something that kept the stock turn signal and license light and found a few different models on amazon. Saw this one and initially passed on it. That was a mistake.

Bought another brands fender eliminator thinking it was top of the line. Nope. It was cast aluminum. Cast aluminum that cracked during shipping, granted it came in a bubble mailer. But I’d have serious doubts it would last very long with motor and road vibration.

DMP’s fender eliminator is thick and made of steel. Though a bit heavier than the cast aluminum one I purchased, I am ok with that. This feels like it would hold up to abuse far better than any others out there.

If you’re going to buy one, buy this one. Why buy cast aluminum for more when you can get machined steel for less.



Fits Yamaha FZ-07 MT 07 Fender Eliminator for FZ07 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 Review:


Quality control issues... They gave me 5 socket head cap screws ( not used ) instead of 4 but only 1 of the flat head screws ( required ).
The included install instruction: go to a professional. LOL I can live with no instructions... There are plenty of videos online on how to remove all the plastics on the back end. Some of the videos suggest using electrical tape to protect the wires. Don't. Go pick up some shrink tube and pull out your old radio shack soldering iron and do it right. If you ignore the screw issue it is a great product for the price and looks good when installed.



Motorsports Fender Eliminator license plate mount Compatible with the Honda Grom/MSX125 2017 2018 2019 motorcycle fit for VM-HG710 and aftermarket blinkers. Review:


Firstly, the quality of this part is excellent...I don't know how they can sell it for this price.
It is the exact quality as other ones costing 3x the price. Fit perfectly and installed easily. Those complaining about no instructions are honestly, mechanically impaired. Anyone with decent mechanical skill will have no problems installing this in around 40 minutes. You can save yourself half that time,if you buy aftermarket turn signals,as dismantling the stock fender assembly to remove the stock signals and plate light will take the most time. This mod is definitely worth the time. Finally the finish on mine was perfect and feels durable,.. don't waste the extra money on the others...get this one and put the saved money towards gas 👍



Motorcycle Fender Eliminator license plate mount Fit for Honda Grom MSX125 2017 2018 2019 Review:


Great purchase. Improves the comedic appearance of the bike as desired.
2 reasons I only gave 4 Stars; 1- the instructions look like they were printed at home & the printer was out of ink. If there wasn't another company who makes a product similar to this one, I would not have been able to figure it out using the instructions provided.
2 - The 2 anchor bolts that hold the cover plate to the bottom side of the break light stand out like a sore thumb. This would look a lot better if the bolts were integrated into the plate & the thread bolts are covered up by the seat; at least paint the nuts & bolts the same color as the plate.
Do not forget to install the 2 rubber grommets/plugs to the back of the plate mount, the vibration on the license plate is very loud if not install. All that said, I would purchase this product again.



Ducati 1299/959 Panigale Fender Eliminator Kit - New Rage Cycles Review:


This tidy tail kit looks awesome once it's installed. With that said, there are no instructions that come with it. So, I'll give you a quick run down of how to install it and the license bracket. Remove your rear seat (or cowl). Take out the 4 hex screws from the 4 corners under your seat. You don't have to take any out of the OEM tail assembly other than the 4 under the seat. Clean the underside of your tail lights where the kit is going to be installed with alcohol. Attach the wires to the tidy tail assembly and check to make sure that you've got them correct. Peel the protective film from the adhesive backing and place the kit where its going to go. Use the provided bolt, washer and locking nut to secure it to the tail by going through the grommet hole in the center of your storage area. There are some other wires that use this so be careful not to damage them when you tighten the lock nut down. The license plate bracket has an L-shaped bracket that goes with it. If you plan to leave your passenger pegs on you bike, use the factory hex screws to secure the plate and bracket. If you've taken the pegs off... use the provided screws. There's a video on youtube on how to install this if you get stuck. But, all-in-all, it's fairly easy. Be careful with the long bolt and your wiring, and also sliding the license bracket between your pegs and the tail of your bike.



2006-2016 Yamaha YZF-R6 Fender Eliminator - 670-6330 - MADE IN THE USA Review:


Put this on my 2007 yamaha R6 it fit pretty good with some pros and cons:

Pros:
overall fitment worked
easy to install
the picture is different that what i got but it still worked
small and discrete looks like the license plate is just floating there

Cons:
Did not come with any bolts or nuts had to buy them separate
bends my license plate but not to big of a deal