The cafe racer look is defined by a stylish sense of minimalism. Big, bulky, heavy rear fenders and tail light assemblies go completely against the whole idea behind that philosophy. That's why British Customs is now offering the Cateye Fender Eliminator Kit. The British Customs Cateye Fender Eliminator Kit replaces the stock rear fender and tail light assembly, cutting down on weight, drag, and dork-factor. The British Customs Cateye Fender Eliminator Kit also bolts in directly underneath your seat where your stock fender was installed, and features a plug-n-play harness for the tail light and license plate bulb. Sleek and extremely lightweight, the British Customs Cateye Fender Eliminator Kit matches form with function, and will help you complete giving your Modern Classic a true cafe racer look.
- Integrated unit replaces rear fender
- Bolt-on installation no cutting, drilling, or welding
- Sleek under-seat LED cateye taillight Integrated license plate bracket with light OEM-style wiring harness for plug-n-play installation
- Stainless steel hardware all included
Make it a Weekend Project: We have taken the trouble and guesswork out creating a turn signal package that goes with this taillight. All that is needed is remove stock components, bolt on new components, plug and play (no splicing or soldering), and you are ready to hit the road; that easy.
This part fits the following models Triumph Bonneville T120 - 2016 Triumph Street Twin - 2016*Refer to Description in event of VIN specific fitment
- Q & a
Does this come with an underplate?A:The fender removal kit in question will include the under plate to fill the empty gap after removing the rear fender.Customer Support answered on May 10, 2017Does this fit on the 2017 t100?A:At this time we are unable to confirm fitment on the 2017 T100. We are working on getting one here so we can start test fitting our product and making new product if necessary. Once we have confirmed fitment we will have a dedicated 2017+ T100 section online.Customer Support answered on May 10, 2017