Fender eliminator R6 2009
July 13, 2012(Fort lauderdale, FL)
A piece of cake to install, perfect fit bolt-on unit, once installed look like original part...bright light for the plate ...i do recommend.
Fits Perfect on my FZ6R
January 30, 2012(Chula Vista, CA)
This FE fits my FZ6r Perfectly.
Mike T. -
June 03, 2011(Egg Harbor, NJ)
Was a piece of cake to install and was total plug and play, gave it high remarks for the looks and install but both turn signals somehow just snapped off over time going down the road, I mean the actual aluminum cracked right in half, I thought maybe someone hit them but it's impossible without hitting the fairing and then out of nowhere the other day riding down the street I came to stop at my friend's and noticed the other one fell off, Do not buy!
Agree with josh
June 10, 2010(seattle, WA)
This FE is garbage. I ordered the correct part for my 2008 FZ6, it did not and will not fit the bike. The design uses a channel that needs to nest around the existing frame of the FZ6. The channel on the FE bracket was too narrow. If rumble concept wants to use this kind of design they had better either build a more accurate part, or leave generous design in clearance on the channel so that it will fit over the frame with some excess. Its basically a bad design. People will continue to have problems with these. Safest bet is to get a more robust assembled FE that adjusts to fit. OR do what I did and order 2 bro's exhaust with a FE and signals included.
Take notes Rumble Concepts
Mike G. -
March 05, 2010(Jonesboro, GA)
Pros: It looks really great on my Busa and a proper replacement for the stock rear fender. It does the job for what it's designed to do and the best looking on the market.
Cons: It's overpriced as some motorcycle accessories and parts are. The instructions were barely sufficient with basic wiring knowledge. Also, it came with wire nuts instead of automotive wire connectors, and you will need to use the license plate bolts from your previous assembly. So again, for the price, I expected more out of the total kit.
October 15, 2009(Baltimore, MD)
It looks like an entirely different bike now. the laser etches that's illuminated by the LED tag light looks great.
October 15, 2009(westmilford, NJ)
Install is simple and directions r good . It has a lot of light to it. I was surprised as to how much brighter it is on the bike at night it glows all the way to the road makes it easier to b seen at night for sure and it looks sweet. ’09 Busa
October 05, 2009(rochester, WA)
Took awhile to get installed, but looks good when you are done. The light works ok, but the whole assembly seems to be easy to bend so use care when putting together.
Not so good for 08 FZ6
September 22, 2009(Nisland, SD)
First off this eliminator kit hardly fit I had to tweek it a little to get the bolt holes to line up properly. Second, if you still really want this kit but some aftermarket signal lights cause the stoke lights will not bolt properly to the new tag frame. Third, my biggest gripe about this kit is the quality of metal used. The metal is very soft and bends super easy. So when someone walks by and brushes up against the blinker...it bends every time. I ride my bike to college and people kept bending my blinkers to the point where one broke off. Right now I have that piece of junk taped together and am waiting on a higher quality eliminator kit. Trust me spend the money on a better product.
Looks Great, Horrible Instructions
September 22, 2009(Ventura, CA)
Bought the Rumble Concept Fender Eliminator for my Ninja 250. Package arrived, but after I opened the shipping box I noticed the packaging was open, (that should have given me the first clue). After checking the parts list everything appeared to be there. My six year old could of done a better job with these directions. Basically a few black & white photos showing the wrong wiring & a few crucial steps missing. Bottom line, If you have now wiring, or fabrication know how, don't even bother. Too Bad, because once I made some new signal mounts & rewired, it looks great. I tried to e-mail Rumble Concepts from the website provided on the directions, but no response.