Triumph Street Triple 2013 - Onwards Evotech Performance Tail TidySKU: PRN010833-08
Rated 5/5 based on 3 reviews.
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This high quality tail tidy can be added to your Street Triple in minutes, and will make it look even better than when it came out of the factory!
It uses the Triumph's existing mountings and standard indicators, and the kit comes with an LED number plate light. The tail tidy is machined from billet aluminium and all the wiring is hidden away, producing a nice clean finish.
All instructions are included in the kit.
|Country Of Manufacture||United Kingdom|
Machine Type: Road Motorcycle
Bike Brand: Triumph
Bike Model: Street Triple
Bike Year: 2013-
Accessory Type: Aftermarket Branded
Product Type: Tail Tidy
Non-Domestic Product: No
Modified Item: No
Custom Bundle: No
Looks pretty neat and good qualityBy: G Walsh on 18 January 2017Was easy to fit and looks like it was made by triumph as it is really good quality and fits really nice. You just have to make sure that you have the few tools required for the job on hand and a couple of cold beers nearby and it's all pretty straight forward. Nice work you guys at Hurtle, it was a pleasure doing business with you, your service is spot on PS: you were right about Australia post took them 10 days to deliver my parcel to Darwin
Top QualityBy: Mark on 24 November 2014Great product- well made & looks good.
Well finished and robust looking productBy: John Lind on 6 May 2014The tail tidy comes with a reflector and mounting bracket which looks like it is designed to attach to the bottom of the number plate. The tail tidy appears to be well conceived and solidly made. It was relatively easy to fit and looks very neat in place. Fitting does require you to cut the number plate wiring, with crimp-on plugs included to join the wiring loom to the included number plate light. The tail tidy is not really made for Australian number plates, so expect to drill the mounting bracket and number plate to attach the number plate to the bracket. I cut a new plate from aluminium to adapt the number plate a bit better, but this is not essential. At the end of the day the tail tidy looks good on the bike and looks like it will last.