Use caution when manouvering on reverse. Also don´t park between cars etc. It is very important not hit licence plate with a wall or any obstacle (or a car leaving his parking). One day I saw break/cracking where the screw hold licence due to hit. Problem is that is not possible to fix it. You have to remove all metal piece of shaft armour.Have been thinking for a long time that I‘d wanted to move the license plate onto a swingarm mounted bracket, having got the idea from an older version of the Ducati Monster 1200 and, more recently, the Indian FTR. My preference was to keep the OEM indicators and brake light at seat level to try and make these as visible as possible whilst driving in traffic. A summary of options had been listed by a member of this forum in the thread below some time ago (2015). The kit from Wunderlich best suited my requirements, and the tubular design matches the trellis frame on the bike.
Side arm options (license plate over tire)
Thankfully I managed to repurpose my previously installed Evotech tail tidy by leaving out the mounting bracket for the licence plate (replaced with some spacers). The OEM brake light has an integrated license plate light, so didn’t have to fiddle with electrics to install the one provided by Wunderlich which, quite frankly, had questionable lighting and awful clearances for integrating this into the mount, as recently reported by @trebor5 in the thread below (thanks for this buddy).
Wunderlich Swing arm number plate holder centered...
Results in the photos below, which I am quite pleased with.
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