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Hi all

Like most owners I've done the mesh inserts to the side panels - but following a single seat I've also added matching inserts to the rear frame, rad protectors, foot peg plates and the bit of bodywork near the headlight

Most is held in place with very small welds / lodged etc - here's a few pics for anyone interested ok!
 

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Here's the rads
 

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.....the heel plates...
 

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and finally the small 'fairing' part on top of the headlight
 

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Hi all

Like most owners I've done the mesh inserts to the side panels - but following a single seat I've also added matching inserts to the rear frame, rad protectors, foot peg plates and the bit of bodywork near the headlight

Most is held in place with very small welds / lodged etc - here's a few pics for anyone interested ok!
Couldn't find a similar mesh to the one yamaha uses on the side panels... is yours the same?
 

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I just went onto eBay to find a similar guage mesh... Think it was a couple of £ for an a4 sheet!
 

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This is the same seller and item that I used - eBay item no. 121159745767

One sheet is plenty!
 

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Hi. Correct - the official Yam mesh is hexagonal, I couldn't get hold of them 'cheap' so went for the other mesh. I did get some metal diesel filter plates off eBay that had round holes, but it didn't really suit the bike imo.
 
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