Acerbis. Dirt Bike Mud Flap
Rick N -
February 26, 2013(Glen Rock, NJ)
On my KTM125EXC the flap tounge was angled towards the rear too much. It contacts the rear tire. I will have to use shims to draw the lower end forward. The picture all though nearly identical to the OEM did not accurately portray the delivered product? I need to find an alternate solution that will fit and function properly. I will not buy again.
Expensive but slightly better than OEM
September 05, 2012(Cary, NC)
As others have stated the plastic is quite a bit thicker than OEM so it should hold up better. There are quite a few negatives though...it costs about the same as a replacement front fender for quite a bit less plastic, it doesn't have metal inserts at the mounting location like the OEM (I drilled the holes out on the Acerbis part and used the stock metal inserts), and the part didn't have a notch removed for the exhaust pipe like the OEM part had.
March 16, 2012(eaton rapids, MI)
does what it was made to do.
air box mud flap
john s. -
September 02, 2011(louisville, OH)
quite a bit stiffer than oem.
Acerbis Air Box Mud Flap
manuel solorzano -
January 20, 2010(whittier, CA)
Good looking piece that’s easy to install. Looks much better than the white beat up factory flap I had before.
Air box flap
Chris Hoover -
September 22, 2009(vienna, WV)
Good part. Durable and a little shorter/stiffer than factory. No worries about flip up into tire.
Well worth it!!!
March 31, 2009(Lewisville, TX)
Very easy to install and fit perfect. Only concern I have is that the metal o-ring type washer from the factory ones did not fit in this part. I installed it without. I'll have to see if the plastic alone holds up to the wear and tear.
Fit perfect on my YZ250
December 24, 2008(Nashville, TN)
I like it more than the standard mud flap because it is more rigid which prevents it from getting caught on the wheel.