Aeromach fender eliminator

Fattony

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I really like this fender eliminator kit as they incorporate the accessory bracket into building this.

The only down side tho. If you get a side rack mount you will have to dremel it a bit. But even with this its still a great product. I dont think any other fender eliminator incorporates it.
 

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Blue1

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I have this on my bike. Nice product, well fabricated, heavy duty.

Since I have no use for the accessory bracket, I would have preferred it no be incorporated in the design; maybe some day I'll trim it up and clean up the under seat profile.

But after a lot of research, I think this is the best plate relocation bracket available.
 

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K9F

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I lifted the information from another forum but sadly it appears Aeromach may no longer exist? It doesn't look good, the website domain is for sale (go daddy).
 

Ultratoad

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I lifted the information from another forum but sadly it appears Aeromach may no longer exist? It doesn't look good, the website domain is for sale (go daddy).
That would be very bad news.... Aeromach has developed some great products.... Wish them the best....
 

ferraiolo1

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They couldn’t survive the shutdown. Their products will be sold through these guys

 

Fattony

Member
I bought my bike from Paul the owner of Aeromach, he was in the process of selling his business prior to the shutdown. He actually sold it to https://www.billetproofdesign.com/aeromach/ He put alot of though in to his products and I will have to say I can appreciate them. I have his mirrors, pegs, a one off luggage rack, debris shield, and the fender eliminator and they are all well built. They are even priced well, the fender eliminator was 130 and it incorporated the accessory bracket which is $79 from Indian.
 
With the Aeromach, how much distance is between bottom of license plate and tire ? Just wondering because made something and wondering if it may hit.
 

jeniusbiker

New member
Finally got around to installing the Aeromach Fender Eliminator kit today. This is the best plate relocation out there for the price and it's made in the USA! I gotta spend more time with my FTR!

 
Finally got around to installing the Aeromach Fender Eliminator kit today. This is the best plate relocation out there for the price and it's made in the USA! I gotta spend more time with my FTR!

Can you tell me the distance between the tire and the bottom of the license plate? Thanks
 

fugz

Member
Looks very much like my home made one, except I gave it more clearance to the tyre. Still readable from behind.

Need to make sure that at full compression shock hits end stop before tyre hits mounting bracket.

This is for a UK number plate.


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fugz

Member
I may need to trim the ends of the rear light bolts at some point
 

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Ataman888

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I really like this fender eliminator kit as they incorporate the accessory bracket into building this.

The only down side tho. If you get a side rack mount you will have to dremel it a bit. But even with this its still a great product. I dont think any other fender eliminator incorporates it.
How much dremilling did you have to do? Do you have pics of the extend of the work? I have the the same setup on order
 

Scarecrow

Member
Also curious. I have one that was just delivered last week, just haven’t had a moment to install it.
How much dremilling did you have to do? Do you have pics of the extend of the work? I have the the same setup on order
If you hold the rack up to the eliminator you’ll be able to tell right away. Don’t have to take off too much. Just take a little off at a time until you get the holes to one up. My bike has been at the dealer for a month now for warranty issue so don’t have access to take a picture. But here's a picture. I drew a little line to show you around where you’ll have to notch it to get an idea. 209DE98D-ED1A-49C7-9104-2A2D0E5598B3.jpeg
 
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