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Are you interested by a new rear mudguard ?

Ermax delivered me my new dark windscreen with some modifications.

I asked to engineer if they are interrested to develop a rear mudguard longer and more efficient ...

If they've a lot of requests they decide to make a model for our supersport.


Stock mudguard is too short and with rain there are a lot of projection on my back on shock everywhere...
 

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.. i hope to say i don't find brand which offer efficient mudguard for ducati supersport or monster 1200.
 

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Ermax delivered me my new dark windscreen with some modifications.

I asked to engineer if they are interrested to develop a rear mudguard longer and more efficient ...

If they've a lot of requests they decide to make a model for our supersport.


Stock mudguard is too short and with rain there are a lot of projection on my back on shock everywhere...
What kind of modifications to your windscreen ?
A longer mudguard may probably be necessary. I have the same problem on my Monster 821 even though I don't intend to ride under the rain :grin2:.
I has to be an adaptable one to replace the stock. Not and extension like I've seen for the Monster.
 

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I agree, I would like to see one longer. With the removal of the rear license holder there is absolutely no rear rider spray protection.
 

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I agree, I would like to see one longer. With the removal of the rear license holder there is absolutely no rear rider spray protection.
Actually, that is the primary purpose for the ugly rear fender. The hugger is only supposed to keep debris off the engine itself. All other debris is to be deflected by the fender.
 

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About windscreen, the young Ermax engineer gave me a dark model with best finition.
After a ride near Mont Ventoux tomorrow, I 'll put photos on appropriate windscreen thread.

Last year, i'd a monster 1100 s with similar rear mudguard and same problems.

I rode 2 times with my ss s under small rain in Marseille . Shock, seat were duty and my back received projections.
The stock mudguard is small.

It exist rear hugger extension for monster 821 , see pyramid uk website.
 

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Ermax delivered me my new dark windscreen with some modifications.

I asked to engineer if they are interrested to develop a rear mudguard longer and more efficient ...

If they've a lot of requests they decide to make a model for our supersport.


Stock mudguard is too short and with rain there are a lot of projection on my back on shock everywhere...
Yes, I am interested. The original get both passenger and rider wet at rain!
 

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A nice quality carbon part would be nice.
I want to encourage ermax to produce a new efficient rear mudguard for our supersport but ermax don't produce carbon accessoiries.

Perhaps other italian dealers will produce carbon pieces for our lovely bike.
 

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I can only find extensions on Pyramid website.
I'm looking for a longer replacement.
Exaltly, Perhaps i was not clear, it exists only an extension muguard for ducati monster.

Like you i want a longer and efficient rear mudguard.
 

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I would be very interested in a longer (it'd have to be pretty long to really be effective, but the longer the better would work for me) mud guard as this bike serves as my daily commuting transport and it rains often in Winter/ Spring here in the Pacific NW. As for the windshield, I would also be interested in a dark version only for looks and thus be more cost conscious. The windshield is pretty much useless. But then again, I've toured and only had naked bikes with no windshields so it really doesn't matter much to me.
 

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I would be very interested in a longer (it'd have to be pretty long to really be effective, but the longer the better would work for me) mud guard as this bike serves as my daily commuting transport and it rains often in Winter/ Spring here in the Pacific NW.
Wow! :surprise: While I totally understand your reasoning, your statement may be the first I've ever read on any forum on any bike I've been part of. NO ONE wants that thing BIGGER, lol. 99% of folks want it removed altogether.

Wait...are you talking about the fender with the plate on it or the hugger?
 

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A longer hugger will nearly do nothing for the spray! Or it must go over the highest point of your rear tire. I believe nobody wants it that long ��
Actually I do but I also realize it probably can't be made that long (e.g. suspended over the tire). Hence I agree with you. I also acknowledge that ultimately nothing will eliminate the rooster tail of a spray, but I think it (anything a bit longer) will offer some help for me given the frequency I'll be hitting wet roads with this bike.
 
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