CarbonWorks Molded Carbon License Plate Frame

$22.99
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CarbonWorks Molded Carbon License Plate Frame
CarbonWorks Molded Carbon License Plate Frame
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  • This is the finishing touch for any sportbike.
  • Constructed of strong, high gloss carbon fiber for durability and style.
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Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Campbell, CA, USA
Hammer
Good looking frame

This frame is very lightweight and it was just what I was looking for, as far as style goes.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Los Angeles, CA, USA
socalgp
Trick Kit

Purchased lots of gear from Motosport over the years. This is a simple item just for looks. Great quality and nice fit and finish. The Carbon Fiber is true CF and is glossy rather than flat.

Ducati 1199S
Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Aurora, OR
stoutly
Sharp

I really like how this looks on the bike. It was my first 'aftermarket' part :) anyway, it is much better than the dealer plate frame, and I like the carbon look.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Top 500 Contributor
Location: San Diego, CA
00Busaider
Good Lookin!

When i installed my Hotbodies undertail, I had to make up new mounts for the liscense plate. The plate looked kind of goofy being mounted in mid air with no frame, so i got one of these. Really cleaned up the look and it matches my carbon fiber grips nicely

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Location: Tracy, CA
CBR1000Tom
Nice Well Finished Look

Got a ticket for my undertail license plate bracket so I had to get the plate up and out to the end of the exhaust. I ended up making a bracket and hanging the plate on my exaust muffler tip. I then needed something light and nice looking to add some finish and support. The Carbon Frame is working well, it's a bit burned up at the top but it looks like it will survive with out failing.

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