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Hello, do you think that a Competition Werkes fender eliminator from a 696 will fit and work on a monster 796? Thanks.
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Hello, do you think that a Competition Werkes fender eliminator from a 696 will fit and work on a monster 796? Thanks.
The RevZilla Website says that fender eliminator fits the 696, 796, and 1100... so my untested, unwarrantied opinion is: Yes, it will fit.
https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...r-696-796-1100
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The RevZilla Website says that fender eliminator fits the 696, 796, and 1100... so my untested, unwarrantied opinion is: Yes, it will fit.
https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/...r-696-796-1100
Thanks for the info, but my worry is that because the 796 has an exhaust valve and the 696 has none.
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Thanks for the info, but my worry is that because the 796 has an exhaust valve and the 696 has none.
You can always put the Duc.EE unit in it if you're worried about that. It'll get rid of the entire valve motor But the Revzilla link claimed it was the same part for all 3 models, so if that link was the same looking unit, I'd bet it'll work with no issue.
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You can always put the Duc.EE unit in it if you're worried about that. It'll get rid of the entire valve motor But the Revzilla link claimed it was the same part for all 3 models, so if that link was the same looking unit, I'd bet it'll work with no issue.
Thanks for the input. Maybe opting for the evotech brand sonce I dont want to relocate the key on the seat.
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Thanks for the input. Maybe opting for the evotech brand sonce I dont want to relocate the key on the seat.
The Evotech puts the key right up over the RH can... not very handy after a ride.

The Exhaust flapper is too far forward to interfere with any fender eliminator, so, yes, the 696/796 is the same.

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The Evotech puts the key right up over the RH can... not very handy after a ride.

The Exhaust flapper is too far forward to interfere with any fender eliminator, so, yes, the 696/796 is the same.
What do you mean far too forward? I am picturing that as the 696 has no exvalve, there wouldn't be any hole or whatsoever in the said cw kit. but havent really seen a cw fender eliminator in person.
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What do you mean far too forward? I am picturing that as the 696 has no exvalve, there wouldn't be any hole or whatsoever in the said cw kit. but havent really seen a cw fender eliminator in person.
The flapper is in front of the exhaust Y, no where near the rear fender. It's a non-issue.

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The Evotech puts the key right up over the RH can... not very handy after a ride.

The Exhaust flapper is too far forward to interfere with any fender eliminator, so, yes, the 696/796 is the same.
By exhaust flapper do you mean the thing that is attached inside the mid pipes?

https://www.google.ca/search?q=ducat...CAcEhfBEROP4M:

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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.

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