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That's the exhaust servo.... and my thought is the CW will fit anyway, even if it's built to accommodate the servo on the 796. I can take a pic of my Evo if you want to see what it looks like.
Yeah, I mean the servo. my bad. lol. yes I would like to see. thanks. did you use CW fender eliminator on your Evo?
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The box section seen in the first photo leaves room for the 796 exhaust servo, but is probably just empty room for the 696/1100.

2nd photo... I have a Duc-ee.

Bad key position. I don't pull my seat very often, so I don't really care, but if you hang your helmet a lot, I could see where it would be a pain.

did you use CW fender eliminator on your Evo?

I meant Evotech.

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Thanks for the pics. Am really not sure about the CW because I read somewhere that the CW's bottom seems to be flatter and it the space may not fit the servo.
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The box section seen in the first photo leaves room for the 796 exhaust servo, but is probably just empty room for the 696/1100.

2nd photo... I have a Duc-ee.

Bad key position. I don't pull my seat very often, so I don't really care, but if you hang your helmet a lot, I could see where it would be a pain.

did you use CW fender eliminator on your Evo?

I meant Evotech.
Yes that box on the first picture, aint the CW kit' box is slimmer and may not house the servo?
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I'll tell you... all the taillight wiring and such is down in that well, too... so if they eliminate the room for the servo, they would have to route the wiring harness elsewhere. Easy solution would be to make one model for all 3 bikes...

You could always call CW...

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I'll tell you... all the taillight wiring and such is down in that well, too... so if they eliminate the room for the servo, they would have to route the wiring harness elsewhere. Easy solution would be to make one model for all 3 bikes...

You could always call CW...
Thanks Charlie for all the info.

This I think is the fender eliminator for the 696. look at the bottom side of the tail.
https://amsducati.com/competition-we...der-eliminator
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Thanks Charlie for all the info.

This I think is the fender eliminator for the 696. look at the bottom side of the tail.
https://amsducati.com/competition-we...der-eliminator
I'll be down at AMS this Saturday... I can axe?

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http://www.competitionwerkes.com/ind...eliminator.htm

If that's the same item, it says it fits...

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[QUOTE=Charlie98;3091802]http://www.competitionwerkes.com/ind...eliminator.htm

If that's the same item, it says it fits...[/QUOTE

Probably. Curious if it will fit becos I may get a good deal on a used one coming from a 696. Rather than spending on a $220 cad on a evotech.
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