Hotbodies Racing is proud to present the TAG Bracket for the awesome little CBR300R, the perfect fit for the smallest CBR! This kit is constructed of durable ABS plastic that has been designed to work with the stock rear fender adding really clean style with a specially molded construction that allows the Eliminator’s shape to be more complementary to the bike. No more kits that look like cheese graders or heavy metal brackets that look like an afterthought. The TAG bracket spoons your ride nicely and lets you to get rid of that nasty stock mud flap.
- Uses Stock License Plate Light
- Includes Universal Signal Brackets
- Durable ABS Plastic Construction
- Easy Installation
- Made in the USA!
Just installed this on my 2013 today. It went a whole lot easier once I added a few of my own steps and took the seat off, removed the 4 bolts that hold the side panels on, and removed the taillight and side panels as one unit. Then the so called ‘hidden’ screw was a snap, and 2 of the screws on the taillight were a lot easier to remove.
F. Schultz –
I have a 2015 CBR300R
This kit looks great on the bike, I was looking for something that let me keep the factory lighting for better visibility of the bike and this does that, definitely looks much better than the factory fender. The install video offered by “Hot-bodies” is very helpful, only a few suggestions, 1. when you use the included mounting box for the turn signals you will find that the holes in the box and in the support pieces that are included have too big of a hole in them and so you will need a good steel flat washer on each side to bolt up the signals. 2. the box for the signals does not have a third hole to run the wires through like the video says so get everything else done, bolt the signals to the bike, and then drill a hole through the bike ABS and the box so that you can run the turn signal wires up through it and plug them in to the harness.
Everything else fits very well and the access for the license plate light is well thought out. When all is complete you may also want to drill out the holes where the license plate attaches and use bolts to give more strength as the license plate now mounts to only the top two holes in the plate.
Over all, when you are all done you will be happy with this part, it is very sturdy and your bike will thank you for the weight it just lost.
Chase Cutter –
Took me over 2 hours to install. Need washers I between blinker lights and the nut on the inside. The included plastic washer thing is worthless. Looks great on the bike once you get it installed. Atleast I know how to disassemble the back plastic now lmao. Jeez this thing had me cursing and screaming. GG WP