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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 02-28-2014, 02:18 PM
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I bought the Evotech rad guard when I got my Duke, have to say, build quality is excellent and it' super easy to attach.
Has held up very well in the amazing British weather of pure rain.
I would definitely choose Evotech over R&G any day.
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post #12 of 19 (permalink) Old 03-01-2014, 10:44 PM
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Hrm. R&G rad guard fit perfect for me today, like a 5 minute install.

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I'm also use evotech radiator guard and they fit well and nice to...the material is seems like high quality...u will not regret using evotech brand
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Poor, Xanthia, no one likes her orange one. I think it looks cool.
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Another vote for Evotech stuff!!
I've had 2 previous bikes & now my duke with tail tidies: always a great fit & quality finish. Also got bobbin paddock stand adapters: very nice, but then I discovered adapters already come with the KTM PowerParts stand anyway.... I haven't got the rad guard yet, but am saving up, also for the exhaust hanger, but not sure orange or black.....

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Another vote for Evotech stuff!!
I've had 2 previous bikes & now my duke with tail tidies: always a great fit & quality finish. Also got bobbin paddock stand adapters: very nice, but then I discovered adapters already come with the KTM PowerParts stand anyway.... I haven't got the rad guard yet, but am saving up, also for the exhaust hanger, but not sure orange or black.....
You have their tail tidy? I was thinking of ordering it for my 690.

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Aw, I love the orange! I have the evotech tail tidy, it's great.
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Aw, I love the orange! I have the evotech tail tidy, it's great.
I like the orange too. More things to buy now, lol.

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I ordered one from a local manufacturer last night.

http://www.radguard.com.au/products/...rad-guard.html

Mad Pete has fitted one already; he liked it, though not enough to keep his Duke.

I was considering following Xanthia's Orange lead. You will all see why when my fcuking painter Bloke gets my subframe back to me (end of this week apparently), the Orange grill could've really set my bike alight. BUT....I went for black because the "grate" finish dilutes the Orange into a kind of pastel-non-Orange and my latest redecoration job has focussed on the boldest forms of Black, White and Orange that I could find.

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