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I was reading in a motorbike mag today how Evotech-performance (uk) are developing a tail tidy and other parts for the XSR. In the mag there's a 3D Printed draft of the tail tidy and it looks the bomb. After this I rang evotech and they said they will be uploading photos of the parts tomorrow.

Already planning on the crash bumpers and levers ;)
http://www.evotech-performance.com/xsr-700?cat=7861
 

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Checked out their Facebook page to see if there's any more information about what they have going on but there's nothing aside from the fact they have an XSR. Looking forward to the tail tidy and anything else they might have in the works.
 

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Any indication at all as to when these are coming out? It seems like they have them somewhat completed since there are pictures.
 

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They are still developing the electronics for the tail tidy. The other stuff I thought was available now as they're mt07 parts
 

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Any indication at all as to when these are coming out? It seems like they have them somewhat completed since there are pictures.
No specifics from what i was able to dig up, all that's left at this point is to wait for more information or contact them to see what they have to say.
 

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It can't be that long because they already have it up on the website. I'm thinking a few months. That sound reasonable to everyone?
 

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I changed my regular Evotech rear crash bobbins for the paddock stand version.
Now I want to buy a paddock stand.

But I tested it with a standard paddock stand my friend has (max width 36cm) and it doesn't fit. I seem to need a half cm more width?
Strange since all paddock stands seem to have a maximum width of 36cm...
 

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I use a cheap 'Black' branded stand from Ghostbikes. It has thick rubber sections that sit under the swing arm. Fits the XSR easily enough.
 

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Of course you are! Oops! 'Black' also do a bobbin hooks version but you'd need to check the max width as the XSR does seem pretty wide at the rear axle and your bobbins will add even more width. For what its worth, the rubber cups on the 'under swing arm' version are pretty robust and shouldn't cause any damage to the swing arm paintwork.
 

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The "Black Pro Range Adjustable Rear Paddock Stand (B5160 with Bobbin Hooks)" from Ghostbikes works with the XSR700 fitted w/ the Evotech paddock stand rear bobbins.
The stand hooks needs to be adjusted to their maximum width and even then it's a tight fit, but it works fine.
 

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The "Black Pro Range Adjustable Rear Paddock Stand (B5160 with Bobbin Hooks)" from Ghostbikes works with the XSR700 fitted w/ the Evotech paddock stand rear bobbins.
The stand hooks needs to be adjusted to their maximum width and even then it's a tight fit, but it works fine.
So you mean this one:
http://www.ghostbikes.com/5160-5160-black-pro-range-b5160-adjustable-rear-paddock-stand-(with-bobbin-hooks).html

That says max width is around 32cm, while I think we need 36,5cm.
Can you check please?
 

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Max width between the 'hooks' is 34-37cm.
The range is due to the fact that the legs of the stand have some movement and can splay a little.
As I say, the stand is comfortably used with the XSR700/Evotech bobbins.
Will try and get a photo up soon.
 

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Max width between the 'hooks' is 34-37cm.
The range is due to the fact that the legs of the stand have some movement and can splay a little.
As I say, the stand is comfortably used with the XSR700/Evotech bobbins.
Will try and get a photo up soon.
I bought it already but a picture would be nice.
Who knows I maybe did something wrong with the bobbins although that seems unlikely.
 

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I bought it already but a picture would be nice.
Freshly taken photo attached.
It arrived today and I had the chance to test it half an hour ago. As you said, it clearly is meant to be not wide enough, but because you can make the bars a little bit wider (tilted to the outsides) it fits!
Thank you for the great tip and pictures.
Strange the website states it's 32cm wide as this is even more than 36cm.
 

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has anyone fitted their levers? I like adjustable levers as my pref is quite close to the grip and the stock ones are far out man (to me, ex supersports bikes)

i want to know if the adjustable break and clutch levers go much closer than stock
 
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