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ACERBIS Supermotard DRZ-400s fender

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I just bought a new front fender for my DRZ-400s I ordered it from the Acerbis catalog, It is such a improvement in apperance of the bike, It is there supermotard fender, since my bike is blue(best color) I ended up ordering the blue(yamaha) fender it is a little bit lighter blue than suzuki blue but is too close a match for anyone to tell, looks great and has the best arodynamics of any other fender on the market, UFO makes one but looks like a child designed it in comparison to the ACERBIS suermoto fender, by far the best supermoto fender out, a good upgrade for DRZ-400SM also, plus it has speed holes cut into it when you hit 100mph on the DRZ, yes I love speed holes...

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I have the same fender and agree that it kicks ass. I also agree with you on the looks of the UFO fender....or am I thinking of the Cycra fender? :naughty:

Anyway, the only complaint I have about the Acerbis fender is when riding in the rain. For me, there's a water stream coming off the front of the fender that hits me right in the face...well, face shield.

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hits me right in the face

Yea i have to second that :naughty:

but i still love the way it looks :naughty:

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Yea i have to second that :naughty:

but i still love the way it looks :naughty:

Yup - I agree....it's a small price to pay :D

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I have many pics on the supermotojunkie site of my install with before and after pics. Lots better looking and better at higher speed!!

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I just trimmed my stock front SM fender. I like the minimalistic look it provides:

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Thanks to Ssweetbro for the idea of trimming.

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Does the supermoto fender look right on the larger S wheel? I too am concerned about the blue.

I think the stock DRZ dirt fender looks too large with the dirt wheel but it is a fine line. All comes down to personal preference.

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