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No question here. I've just seen lot's of tail tidy threads, and I thought this might be useful for anyone who was curious about the Powerparts option (or maybe didn't know there was one). I guess it's not quite a fender "eliminator", per se, but it's much, much smaller than the stock unit - and it completely replaces it with a new smaller tail light, and a shorter, slimmer license plate bracket.

I don't remember exactly what I paid for it - it's been a year since I bought and installed it - but I recall it being in the same ballpark as the Evotech and others. It was a mild pain in the ass to put together - I think it was made of 5 or 6 different parts that are a little clumsy to hold together for assembly - but once you do, everything is pretty clean and tidy.

Taste is personal, of course, but I liked the fact that it looks a little more OEM than some of the ones out there. And also that it keeps the turn signals, even the stockers, completely out of the path of the exhaust.

So, there you go...


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Does anyone know the Powerpart # for this fender eliminator/shortener? I can't find it in either Canada or US PP catalogue. Thank you.
 

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It wasn't available in the US yet when I ordered it (back in 2019), so I used these guys in the Netherlands. They were good - I received it pretty quickly.
 

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Thanks very much OrangeAid. Shipping is a bit of a killer, but it is a nice piece. Were you happy with it? Looks like stock signals would still be low enough not to get blasted by the stock exhaust.
 

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Thanks very much OrangeAid. Shipping is a bit of a killer, but it is a nice piece. Were you happy with it? Looks like stock signals would still be low enough not to get blasted by the stock exhaust.
no problem. yeah, i was happy with it. as mentioned in the first post, it was a bit of a pain to put it together, but once done it held up well. yes, the signals - stock or otherwise - are totally out of the way of the exhaust.
 
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