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fender eliminator Evotech vs Tripletek

So after looking at the other thread about eliminators, these two appeal to me the most. Can I get some pros and cons from any of you who have these for the 2013+ daytona?
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I don't know about the Tripletek, but the Evotech is an excellent kit.

It was a bit more involved than I would have liked, simply due to the re-wiring and aligning the wires into the two halves correctly. Still, it wasn't difficult, just tedious and took a bit of time. It looks fantastic when done and worth it. To me, most of the other kits looked cheap and tacky. The Evotech is high quality and looks great.

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where did you find the connectors so that you can plug it into the factory harness ?
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where did you find the connectors so that you can plug it into the factory harness ?
The Evotech came with its own wiring and instructions to tie into the existing wiring. Everything you need is included, even the hex wrench.
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I have the D3 Tripletek Fender Eliminator on my Striple and it's a very-well engineered and built kit. I'm assuming this is the same Tripletek (Daz in England), right?
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Evotech all the way, pricey but well worth it in terms of quality and finish. No comparison.

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*Tech Spec tank grips
*EvoTech tail tidy
*ZeroGravity Smoked SR windscreen
*Motodynamic Smoked Integrated Tail light
*Pazzo levers (Red powder coated)
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So after looking at the other thread about eliminators, these two appeal to me the most. Can I get some pros and cons from any of you who have these for the 2013+ daytona?
May I ask what it is that you see as favorable in the EvoTech?

I ask because I acquired the EvoTech and, while it was adequate, I chose to remove it and instead I put on the MotoDynamic tail tidy.

http://www.motodynamic.com/fender-el...2013-2015.html

I did not like how difficult it was to put on and take off the EvoTech. Also, I decided to go with an integrated tail light and turn signals and the EvoTech just looks odd without turn signals attached. Also, the Motodynamics tail tidy is much more compact. And it costs less.

Not saying what's right for you, just saw your post and thought I'd share my experience. Best of luck in whatever you decide.
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May I ask what it is that you see as favorable in the EvoTech?

I ask because I acquired the EvoTech and, while it was adequate, I chose to remove it and instead I put on the MotoDynamic tail tidy.

http://www.motodynamic.com/fender-el...2013-2015.html

I did not like how difficult it was to put on and take off the EvoTech. Also, I decided to go with an integrated tail light and turn signals and the EvoTech just looks odd without turn signals attached. Also, the Motodynamics tail tidy is much more compact. And it costs less.

Not saying what's right for you, just saw your post and thought I'd share my experience. Best of luck in whatever you decide.
I also have the motodynamic and really like the kit.

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...And it costs less.
I checked this out of curiosity, as I had remembered a big difference in price. But when I brought up my receipts the EvoTech was only ~$10 more than the Motodynamics.

I do prefer the Motodynamics primarily because I find it easier to put on and take off for trackdays. But if you are pure street, and if you are not looking at an integrated taillight assembly, then most of my reasons for going with MotoDynamics are DOA.

EvoTech has a lot of satisfied customers, definitely. Can't go wrong either way.
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I love my evotech, but I cant say anything about the others as I have no experience with them.






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