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This is a discussion on My Home Made Tail Tidy & Signal Install - XSR900 within the XSR900 Builds forums, part of the Yamaha XSR900 Cafe Racer Forum category; Originally Posted by Moto26 I'm running Pro Taper bars and Bikemaster mirrors. That build thread is here: http://www.fz09.org/forum/13-fz-09-g...rs-xsr900.html That's great thank you. Great build and ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moto26 View Post
    I'm running Pro Taper bars and Bikemaster mirrors. That build thread is here:

    Pro Taper Universal Low Handlebars - XSR900
    That's great thank you. Great build and very useful information. I prefer the lower bars they make a lot of difference to the overall appearance of the bike.
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    Sorry mate do you have a template or measurements available? Cheers

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    I didn't write anything down. I just eyeballed everything based upon the width of my license plate, the width of the under-tray, and then just cut the length to where it looked right...
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    Okay thank you, just really impressed with how yours has turned out and thought I would ask .
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    Dimensions for homemade tail tidy.

    Here's the link to my thread about this topic. I based my diy tail tidy on Moto26's. Have a look, the dimensions I used are provided.
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    Has anyone found an aftermarket tail tidy that looks like this? I don't have the means to make my own and Moto26's looks excellent!

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    The Graves kit looks pretty similar, but it provides for keeping the OEM signals, so the mounting "ears" are a bit bigger. Otherwise, it's pretty close...
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