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Required help/suggestion in modifying yamaha fazer's rear fender

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  • Required help/suggestion in modifying yamaha fazer's rear fender

    Hi xBhp,

    This was a question running on my mind since the day I bought my black angel(Yamaha Fazer) which was 7th Apr 2012. Spoke to many peoples regarding this but trust me I haven't got any single clue for my question.

    Just done with my first service yesterday(795 KMS), I din't wanna modify her until she undergoes her first service. So I waited managing the trouble which she causes and its normal, i heard, but i want to come out of it now.

    Okay, let me not bug much explaining the stories... The issue is with the Rear FENDER, I'm very much scared coz, its already started to rain and the extended fender which the Show room guy gave me seems useless, I start my bike from my home by the time i reach my office i can see my shoe and lower part of my pant is spoiled. any my pillions bag as well.

    take an example of pulsar, KTM DUKE or any other bike with same segment.. they have a fender where the water won't be splashed behind or by the side ways even, completely covered with the tires.

    But in case of Fazer, thats the issue now.

    So I want to customize the rear fender. So Please do help me with this. I hope I get some solutions at least here. (I really love Fazer 1000's Fender, its like KTM DUKE's)...
    thanks in advance and......

    Regards,
    Vikram

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    Topic Approved & Moved to Help Section.

    Guys with FZ and FAZER, please help him out...
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    • #3
      Hi,

      I also have the 2012 make, the new ones are with a lengthy fender where splashing of water is not at all possible. I suppose it can only happen with the old make with small fenders.


      Thanks,

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      • #4
        Hi,
        I too have a fazer 2012 make and i totally agree with the previous comment.The new fazers/fz come with a large fender(my one has it).I've seen many people removing it for looks but it is not commendable.I would suggest you to get the new one installed in your bike. It was an issue with the previous versions of fazer n fz..

        Thank you,
        Nishant

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          Originally posted by Vikram Rajendran View Post
          Hi xBhp,

          This was a question running on my mind since the day I bought my black angel(Yamaha Fazer) which was 7th Apr 2012. Spoke to many peoples regarding this but trust me I haven't got any single clue for my question.

          Just done with my first service yesterday(795 KMS), I din't wanna modify her until she undergoes her first service. So I waited managing the trouble which she causes and its normal, i heard, but i want to come out of it now.

          Okay, let me not bug much explaining the stories... The issue is with the Rear FENDER, I'm very much scared coz, its already started to rain and the extended fender which the Show room guy gave me seems useless, I start my bike from my home by the time i reach my office i can see my shoe and lower part of my pant is spoiled. any my pillions bag as well.

          take an example of pulsar, KTM DUKE or any other bike with same segment.. they have a fender where the water won't be splashed behind or by the side ways even, completely covered with the tires.

          But in case of Fazer, thats the issue now.

          So I want to customize the rear fender. So Please do help me with this. I hope I get some solutions at least here. (I really love Fazer 1000's Fender, its like KTM DUKE's)...
          thanks in advance and......

          Regards,
          Vikram
          Here are the Pics of My ride
          I have used r15 version 2 rear fender because i wanted functional turn indicators and brake light

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Vikram Rajendran View Post
            Hi xBhp,

            This was a question running on my mind since the day I bought my black angel(Yamaha Fazer) which was 7th Apr 2012. Spoke to many peoples regarding this but trust me I haven't got any single clue for my question.

            Just done with my first service yesterday(795 KMS), I din't wanna modify her until she undergoes her first service. So I waited managing the trouble which she causes and its normal, i heard, but i want to come out of it now.

            Okay, let me not bug much explaining the stories... The issue is with the Rear FENDER, I'm very much scared coz, its already started to rain and the extended fender which the Show room guy gave me seems useless, I start my bike from my home by the time i reach my office i can see my shoe and lower part of my pant is spoiled. any my pillions bag as well.

            take an example of pulsar, KTM DUKE or any other bike with same segment.. they have a fender where the water won't be splashed behind or by the side ways even, completely covered with the tires.

            But in case of Fazer, thats the issue now.

            So I want to customize the rear fender. So Please do help me with this. I hope I get some solutions at least here. (I really love Fazer 1000's Fender, its like KTM DUKE's)...
            thanks in advance and......

            Regards,
            Vikram
            You getting mud on your shoes is due to the front fender, unless you fit a rubber flap like in those olden day cycles or something like that you cant help it. Most bikes, KTM, CBR and FZ face the issue.
            As for the rear, get the latest rear fender, it should solve the problem.

            Originally posted by Vizack View Post
            Here are the Pics of My ride
            I have used r15 version 2 rear fender because i wanted functional turn indicators and brake light
            How does this help the problem of the TS? also pl use a proper rear fender.. it doesnt make you look cool it makes you look like a jerk.. during rainy season your tyre will spray mud and water everywhere.
            Regardless, Life shall go on.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by yellowspunk View Post

              How does this help the problem of the TS? also pl use a proper rear fender.. it doesnt make you look cool it makes you look like a jerk.. during rainy season your tyre will spray mud and water everywhere.
              Sorry this mod wont help you with water splashing issue
              I have posted it in the Wrong section My bad
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