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Looking for carbon fiber.

I am looking for a carbon fiber piece to replace the plastic one between the exhaust and the brake light? Anyone have any ideas?
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y would u even want to replace it? it looks fine off... I looked anyways and couldnt find crap.. try a custom shop if u really really gotta get it. id leave it off.. jm.02
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I am concernd that the heat is going to be a problem. Anyone have the trouble of a discolored tail light?
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I have never heard of anyone having that problem, I have had that piece off since pretty much that day that I bought the bike, not to mention the aftermarket exhaust that I have, which I am sure is less eco-friendly then the stock exhaust.
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I am concernd that the heat is going to be a problem. Anyone have the trouble of a discolored tail light?
friend of mine got a discoloured taillight and that was with a stock pipe!
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I am concernd that the heat is going to be a problem. Anyone have the trouble of a discolored tail light?
If you have any after market exhaust (on our bike) you are going to have a discolored tail light.

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friend of mine got a discoloured taillight and that was with a stock pipe!
You do realize that stock pressurized pipes run quite a bit hotter than aftermarket free flows, right?
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I Took My Heat Sheild Off Almost A Year And A Half Ago When I Put Mt Two Bros C-5 On And My Light Is Still A Cleanas The Day I Bought It

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How bad the fueling is on your bike may effect the discolouring, but apart from that, no problemmo.
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If Your Taillight Is Dis Colored Use Car Wax To Clean It Off It Will Come Right Off
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If Your Taillight Is Dis Colored Use Car Wax To Clean It Off It Will Come Right Off
He's right. This is what i was going to add. I just wax my tail light and the yellow gook comes right off.
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