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Nice, good to see some quality photos.
Police here in Aus would have a field day with that Fender eliminator....
 

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Looking awesome!

How easy was it to install the LSL footpegs? And the integrated light/fender eliminator?

Thanks!
 

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Received my 899 last week, So far I have added lsl footpegs, Comp Werkes Fender eliminator, and integrated tail light. Now just waiting for the rear seat cover to come in.


I also created an iPhone lock screen.
Hey @RyanM

Nice by the book modes for a clean look. That is exactly the first mods I would get too. Well done.

She looks CLEAN!

Once the seat cowl comes your 899 will be on point.

Can you get a us a video of the integrated tail light working? :)
 
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Looking awesome!

How easy was it to install the LSL footpegs? And the integrated light/fender eliminator?

Thanks!
The LSL footpegs shouldn't be too hard just a pin and spring from what i could remember. Not sure about the integrated tail light though.
 

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Thank you for all the complements!

Looking awesome!

How easy was it to install the LSL footpegs? And the integrated light/fender eliminator?

Thanks!
The LSL foot pegs were an easy install. however, the one issue I did have was breaking a C clip, but that was easy to replace. The Integrated tail light/fender eliminator were harder but not that bad It just took time. First, you will need a long skinny hex key to remove the screws holding the fender, and the fender eliminator kit does require you to cut the wires and connect them to the new license plate light. Once everything was apart the integrated tail light was a simple plug in play.

Just a warning you will need to buy the integrated tail light and fender eliminator kit separately. The fender eliminator comes with turn signals that you attach to the tail light. Unfortunately Competition werkes don't sell them together.
2012, 2013 Ducati 1199 Panigale, 1199 Panigale S, 1199 Panigale S Tricolore LTD Fender Eliminator
2012, 2013 Ducati 1199 Panigale, 1199 Panigale S, 1199 Panigale S Tricolore Integrated Taillight

sweet photos. welcome to the forum!


what camera are you using?
A Nikon D90 with a 35mm prime lens

I picked up the seat cowl today


And I took some video of the integrated tail light that I will upload later.
 

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Thank you for all the complements!


The LSL foot pegs were an easy install. however, the one issue I did have was breaking a C clip, but that was easy to replace. The Integrated tail light/fender eliminator were harder but not that bad It just took time. First, you will need a long skinny hex key to remove the screws holding the fender, and the fender eliminator kit does require you to cut the wires and connect them to the new license plate light. Once everything was apart the integrated tail light was a simple plug in play.

Just a warning you will need to buy the integrated tail light and fender eliminator kit separately. The fender eliminator comes with turn signals that you attach to the tail light. Unfortunately Competition werkes don't sell them together.
2012, 2013 Ducati 1199 Panigale, 1199 Panigale S, 1199 Panigale S Tricolore LTD Fender Eliminator
2012, 2013 Ducati 1199 Panigale, 1199 Panigale S, 1199 Panigale S Tricolore Integrated Taillight



A Nikon D90 with a 35mm prime lens

I picked up the seat cowl today


And I took some video of the integrated tail light that I will upload later.
Thanks!

I would love the video- very good chance I go the same route.
 

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Looks great. I am looking to go the same route with fender eliminator and integrated tail lights. But the CW is advertised as cant be used with passenger leg pegs, can you modify it to be able to? like bending the bracket?
 

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I'll be interesting , to see how the number plate lasts, as it gets fooking hot , round by the exhaust.

I have the same fender eliminator and nothing odd, as far as the 'over-heating', has occurred. I've had it installed for several thousand miles now. For the clean look, I say go for it - I also, recently, removed the passenger foot pegs or brace.
 
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