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Old 01-09-2006, 03:49 PM
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Mototec Undertail

Anybody know of anyone whose had a Mototec undertail?

I was curious about build quality, their color matching the factory color, and ease of install.

When you use one of these, do you usually get a rear grabber too?

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Old 01-09-2006, 04:44 PM
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Re: Mototec Undertail

I have one.
Excellent paint match.
pictures here and further down the page are links to where I bought it & other info.
installation instructions sucked.
I'll try to take some pics tonight from the inside of the seat area so you can see how much inner fender I had to cut.
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Old 01-09-2006, 06:35 PM
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When I wrote my inquiry I meant hugger not grabber.
Duh.


Anyway, Thanks Dawg!
Lookin forward to your pics.
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Originally Posted by bluperhawk";p=&quot View Post
When I wrote my inquiry I meant hugger not grabber.
Duh.


Anyway, Thanks Dawg!
Lookin forward to your pics.
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i installed the mototech undertail (that's what I was reporting on & linked to)

A hugger (rear fender) is not required if you leave the stock "flap" in place to keep dirt, mud, water off the rear shock.

I did add a Pyramid carbon hugger & removed the mud flap near the rear shock.

Sorry for the confusion.

Still want pics of how much inner fender I removed to get the Mototec unteratil to fit?
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Old 01-10-2006, 04:41 AM
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Yes, I'd appreciate pics when you have time.
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http://ca.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/vtr...00_w/my_photos

that is a mototek undertail, hugger and blinkers.
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Re: Mototec Undertail

Thanks Vitter.
i forgot to get back to this post....DOH!
Sorry
Here's a pic of a blue one (if a bit late)
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Re: Mototec Undertail

Pics from the inside showing cutaway part.
I used a solder gun with a flattened tip to melt thru the black plastic instead of cutting or sawing it. It made less of a mess and was easy to control the 'cut'
In hindsight I could have cut less & had it fit.


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