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I am picking up my new to me 750 tomorrow and it needs an undertail. On my old bike (SV650) I bought an undertail kit and wasn't very impressed, it left gaps from where the mudflap used to be.

What undertail are you using on your 06 or 07 750? Does it leave any gaps or does it look factory?

The bike really needs one to clean it up, and I don't want to end up with something that looks like some guy made it in his garage.
 

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:confused: Mine came nice enough stock that I'd never consider trying to improve on it. Is yours missing what it came with or are you trying to improve it?
 

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I'm looking to improve the looks of it, by getting rid of the huge mudflap.
 

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Ok, that's simple enough. Just take it off, get some L-brackets and attach the tag to that in the holes that are already there. I got an auto tag-light and screwed that to the undertail in front of the tag to make it legal (or rather, my SO did). He also cut the tag to make it fit in the recessed area where the L-brackets are attached.
 

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I'll have to check it out when I get the bike home, seems easy enough.
 

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Ok, that's simple enough. Just take it off, get some L-brackets and attach the tag to that in the holes that are already there. I got an auto tag-light and screwed that to the undertail in front of the tag to make it legal (or rather, my SO did). He also cut the tag to make it fit in the recessed area where the L-brackets are attached.
I did the exact same thing, cost next to nothing, takes a few minutes and looks great. I did this as soon as I rolled it off the truck from the dealership.

 
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