Tail Tidy Kit for Triumph Bobber & Speedmaster

    €109,- In stock
    License-plate bracket for a simplified look at the rear of your Triumph Bobber or Speedmaster 1200.
    See applications and details below.
    4 variations
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    Product description

    - Bobber all versions 2017+
    - Bobber Black 2018-2021
    - Speedmaster 1200 all versions 2018+

    Give sharper looks to the rear of your bike!

    This kit replaces the ugly and oversized original taillight/indicator unit that sits on the fender. It re-uses the same holes, no drilling required!

    Made in France from our own design, from a 3mm alloy sheet, laser-cut and powder-coated for a perfect finish.

    The main bracket is used to fit the license plate, with its light supplied in the kit (see photos). The position light, brake light and turn signal functions are combined and located on the sides (mounting points drilled to 10mm), or you can use our under-seat LED unit.

    Stainless fixing hardware supplied.

    Available as an option with multi-function turn signal-light combinations.
    You can obviously fit any other model of combined indicator/light units on M8 or M10 thread.

    Easy installation with basic tools.
    Requires no modification of the bike (uses existing holes in the mudguard)
    Fully reversible assembly.

    Important note : this is NOT a "plug&play" kit, because there exists no wiring harness that plugs into the Bobber's rear connector (which is different to other Triumph models). For now you will need to cut/splice wires, which is not difficult. You can also have the kit fitted by a car/bike pro, it should take them less than 30 minutes.

    12 month warranty.


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    5 from 5
    Excellent produit très bien fini. Livraison rapide. Montage pas trop complexe à condition d'avoir des cosses à souder (décapeur thermique).
    Posted by: Tanguy on 14 December 2020
    5 from 5
    très bonne qualité. Montage parfait.
    Il faut plaque ancien modèle 17x13 pour les petits clignotants et l’angle d’inclinaison est proche des 45 degrés, donc risqué lors d’un contrôle ,mais j’assume.
    Posted by: [email protected] on 5 October 2019