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Yoshimura Fender Eliminator Kit REVIEW - Tail Tidy kit

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Russian Rider
Hey guys! I wanted to share my short review video on the FZ-07 Yoshimura tail tidy kit that is now available at RevZilla http://goo.gl/VzgcCr along with a cheap set of LED turn signals that work great! http://amzn.to/1vSQtZU
Let me know what you think! If you haven't subbed yet plz do! I make vlog videos as well as reviews and install guides.
My tail tidy install guide will be up soon! 
 

 
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V8titanpwr
I can vouch for those turn signals, I have the same ones on my bike, I only paid $8 for all 4 though.

Keep the rubber side down and the shiny side up.

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motomeek
Nice! Subscribed!!
 
Very well done. And congrats on the baby!

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aeisan
RR... I subbed about 2 months ago. Thanks for turning out good vids and congrats on the new little one!
 
P.S. Yoshimura, not Yoshimuru haha. Sorry, just found it funny the way you pronounced it in past vids. Just havin' a little fun with ya!

Life is good on 2 wheels!

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trebec
Hey Russian, I got the fronts on finally. Looks sick. Vid is uploading now. I went to order the Yoshimura kit and everywhere is sold out!
The vagabond motorsports kit is really nice as well, I would recommend it to anyone with a 07, and its only 65 bucks.  
http://www.vagabondmotorsports.com/Yamaha-FZ-07-2015-Fender-Eliminator-VM-Y720.htm
 
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yoloswaggins
awesome videos man but jeez that soldering was cringe worthy haha. Nah I'm just teasing, it was ok. However you should make a note to use heatshrink not electrical tape. That'll protect the exposed conductor from having any corrosion building up and causing excessive resistance in the circuit.

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