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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 05-28-2016, 12:21 PM Thread Starter
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MNNTHBX Plate mount install pics/short review

I purchased the MNNTHBX fender eliminator with the micro LED, it came well protected in the box and included new hardware which looks sweet.

Install
I already had the stock fender removed when I got this part, which was four 10mm bolts and 3 plugs. so install time took less than 10 minutes. the plug for license plate light is along the left side of the bike clipped near the brake light plug, but still easy to get to.
After plugging it in, it just needs the four included 4mm hex socket bolts to hold it up.

Review
The mount is strong but light.
it has a durable black coating, you can see the finish/texture in the pictures
it fits perfectly in the oem fender location with no prying or pushing

Overall great quality piece and definitely a great mod for the z125, it improves the look so much
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Thanks for posting! That micro ate light is sweet isn't it? Enjoy.

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Would really love to see that light shining !



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Excellent.....that's the one I will be going with.
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plus its the most reasonably priced on the market as far as i can tell
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Thanks for posting! That micro ate light is sweet isn't it? Enjoy.
I'm very happy with it! thank you!

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Would really love to see that light shining !
Ill take a picture tomorrow of it during the day and at night

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plus its the most reasonably priced on the market as far as i can tell
the price along with the LED made it a no brainer for me personally
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its hard to get the effect in the picture but you can see it does a great job of lighting the plate up
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Holy cow that thing does a great job I thought because it was so tiny it would've been lacking but that is great man. Thanks for the picture !



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Holy cow that thing does a great job I thought because it was so tiny it would've been lacking but that is great man. Thanks for the picture !
That's a costly light for us, but well worth it based on function.
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Can the turn signal plugs be removed through the tail section; is the opening big enough? I haven't looked yet, but am planning on installing a fender eliminator. Looks like the turn signals have to be completely removed and threaded through the new tail piece. Do the plugs fit though an opening in the underside, or am I gonna have to pull all sorts of bodywork? LOL
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