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NRC DUCATI SUPERSPORT / SUPERSPORT S FENDER ELIMINATOR GROUP BUY

We are happy to announce our first group buy for the forum members. As the tittle suggests, this group buy is for the NRC Fender Eliminator kit. The kits are all made in USA, and they are hugely popular for the Panigale models.

These fender eliminators are absolutely 100% plug and play, no need to cut or splice any of the wiring on your SuperSport. The signal lights are bright so that you don't compromise on safety while making your bike look that much cleaner with removing that bulky looking stock fender. Features all LED lights including the license plate light as well.

This group buy is only valid until July 31, 2017 so don't miss out!




Pricing and How-To Order Through the Group Buy

We can not publicly disclose the group buy pricing due to advertised priced restrictions, simply follow the link below, add the fender eliminator kit to your cart and use the discount code NRCSSGB at checkout to see the group buy pricing.

You can then place your orders as a part of the group buy directly from our website. Make sure your shipping addresses are correct.

NRC Ducati SuperSport / SuperSport S Fender Eliminator Kit: https://supersportcentral.com/products/nrc-fender-eliminator-for-ducati-supersport-supersport-s-939

When will I receive my Fender Eliminator Kit?

We constantly stock these and have a few of these in stock right now. The first participants should expect to receive their kits within 1-3 business days.

My friend is not on the forum:

You are welcome to share this group buy with friends. The discount code will work for them as well.


If you have any questions do not hesitate to ask away!


 

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crap. I just bought one a few days ago. ah well.
 

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Welp, I'll give the kit a try and see what I think. Snagged some of those shorty TWM levers as well. Those massive enameled bargain bin stock levers have gotta go in the same garbage can as the license plate shovel.
 

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Thanks everyone. You should get an email with your tracking information today.

Happy to be able to offer forum members some deals, especially on the parts such as the tail tidy kit since it is almost an essential piece for all SuperSport's.

Please do share pictures once you get your products and install them :nerd:
 

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So maybe a dumb question - but where does the license plate go? Does it lie flush at an angle under the passenger seat?
It's more forward on the bike, flush on the underside a little above the suspension. Being straight up under the passenger seat would make it invisible to cops. Good luck getting that past most departments. :wink2:
 

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It's more forward on the bike, flush on the underside a little above the suspension. Being straight up under the passenger seat would make it invisible to cops. Good luck getting that past most departments. :wink2:
I guess it is relative to where you reside. If you look at the bike straight from behind it is actually fairly legible. The questionable part is if you live in an area with tolls, then I guess free tolls 0:)
 

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I guess it is relative to where you reside. If you look at the bike straight from behind it is actually fairly legible. The questionable part is if you live in an area with tolls, then I guess free tolls 0:)
Where I was living previously in Plano, TX I was pulled over several times for a position slightly lower on my SV650S than the NRC holder gives on my SuperSport.
"Well, you can't drive around with it like that because people use it to run from us without pulling over."
"... I'm sitting here pulled over right now, you realize." :|

Had to move to a perfectly vertical plate sticking near the end of the tail before their cops and courts would leave me alone. So far Austin doesn't seem to care though... :grin2:
 

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Where I was living previously in Plano, TX I was pulled over several times for a position slightly lower on my SV650S than the NRC holder gives on my SuperSport.
"Well, you can't drive around with it like that because people use it to run from us without pulling over."
"... I'm sitting here pulled over right now, you realize." :|

Had to move to a perfectly vertical plate sticking near the end of the tail before their cops and courts would leave me alone. So far Austin doesn't seem to care though... :grin2:
Here in south Florida the traffic enforcement is almost non existent.
 

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Definitely need more photos but just looking at the ones in the prior page, that would render me completely vulnerable for the police to harass the heck out of me and undoubtedly give me a ticket for it.
 

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Definitely need more photos but just looking at the ones in the prior page, that would render me completely vulnerable for the police to harass the heck out of me and undoubtedly give me a ticket for it.
The license plate is still pretty visible and the lights are pretty bright for the license plate. When you sit inside a car and look at the tail of the bike with this tail tidy kit, you can ready the license plate.

I would hate to live somewhere that the cops have nothing else to do bu harass for license plates that are visible.
 

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The license plate is still pretty visible and the lights are pretty bright for the license plate. When you sit inside a car and look at the tail of the bike with this tail tidy kit, you can ready the license plate.

I would hate to live somewhere that the cops have nothing else to do bu harass for license plates that are visible.
Its not just the license plate. The indicator lights are too close to easily mistake left for right and the other way around. Not to mention the safety issue. As it is bikes are narrow and looking at this it makes me think that if I look at this from a distance, both indicators would look lit up due to light bleed at day and at night.
 
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