Fenda Extenda

ratdog71

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Anyone fitted a fenda extenda on the new street twin? Just wondering how it looks and works. Is it worth it? Or maybe just make homemade mud flap?
Thoughts?
RD
 

Maine Rider

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Put one on my 2022 Speedmaster, looks good and works well.
 

Blue02

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Anyone fitted a fenda extenda on the new street twin? Just wondering how it looks and works. Is it worth it? Or maybe just make homemade mud flap?
Thoughts?
RD
easy to fit, you can stick on or fasteners and looks ok. It does stop a lot of mud and dirt but not all. Any longer though it would not look right.
I would like one for the rear as well as the underside, back box and number plate take a hammering with dirt.
 

Hecstwin

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Anyone fitted a fenda extenda on the new street twin? Just wondering how it looks and works. Is it worth it? Or maybe just make homemade mud flap?
Thoughts?
RD
Hi
I put a carbon extender on my street twin, it helped but not enough, I then added a rubber flap which helped some more, not perfect but much better stock. The first attempt to glue it together with mastik failed on the first trip, second attempt using gorilla glue was perfect and has worked well, the rubber flap was attached with pop rivets only, as in the photos.
Hope this helps.....
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Hecstwin

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Hi
I put a carbon extender on my street twin, it helped but not enough, I then added a rubber flap which helped some more, not perfect but much better stock. The first attempt to glue it together with mastik failed on the first trip, second attempt using gorilla glue was perfect and has worked well, the rubber flap was attached with pop rivets only, as in the photos.
Hope this helps.....
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