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Round 1 of a another Bobber we are working on

Just finished first round of upgrades on a local customer of ours:
Shorty rear fender
X-Arc Turn signals with rizoma(front) and Motone (rear) brackets
Air Box Delete
VibA harness cover
Side mount plate (from Cognito Moto)
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I really like what you're doing here as I'm considering all of these mods and I look forward to what's in store for the next rounds. How do the X-Arc front signals compare with the NRC 360s for visibility?
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Love the look, you done good on this one folks!
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I really like what you're doing here as I'm considering all of these mods and I look forward to what's in store for the next rounds. How do the X-Arc front signals compare with the NRC 360s for visibility?
Nick,
We have installed both on Bobbers, the X-Arc are definitely brighter but the NRC provide more coverage front, back and side if that makes sense.
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We have installed both on Bobbers, the X-Arc are definitely brighter but the NRC provide more coverage front, back and side if that makes sense.
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Makes total sense. Thanks.
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Brian, is that side plate mount a straightforward bolt-on or does it require any mods? Also, is there a solution for states that require the plate to be lit? I wonder if turning the X-Arc rears into running lights would do the trick.
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Just finished first round of upgrades on a local customer of ours:
Shorty rear fender

A great bike all around, as others have said. But I am especially interested in that rear fender -- did you fabricate that yourselves, or is it available for purchase somewhere?
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Just finished first round of upgrades on a local customer of ours:
Shorty rear fender

A great bike all around, as others have said. But I am especially interested in that rear fender -- did you fabricate that yourselves, or is it available for purchase somewhere?
They are stock fenders that we cut down, sand, repaint and polish. We offer them on our website outright or with your stock fender as a core but are currently out of stock.
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Just finished first round of upgrades on a local customer of ours:
Shorty rear fender

A great bike all around, as others have said. But I am especially interested in that rear fender -- did you fabricate that yourselves, or is it available for purchase somewhere?
They are stock fenders that we cut down, sand, repaint and polish. We offer them on our website outright or with your stock fender as a core but are currently out of stock.
Okay, thanks. Looks great.
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