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Would it de-stabilise the bike if I ride it without the front mudguard, and are there any other possible drawbacks to doing so.
I have the FTP and have taken the front mgd off to get a paint match for a rear fender, which is taking a lot longer than I expected.
Funnily enough the bike looks more balanced as it now has no mudguards.
Also has anyone managed to find a reasonably priced headlight grill?
 

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Would it de-stabilise the bike if I ride it without the front mudguard, and are there any other possible drawbacks to doing so.
I have the FTP and have taken the front mgd off to get a paint match for a rear fender, which is taking a lot longer than I expected.
Funnily enough the bike looks more balanced as it now has no mudguards.
Also has anyone managed to find a reasonably priced headlight grill?
Aren't front mudguards required by law in the UK?

MOT Quick Check: Mudguards (Motorbikes)

"Summary: If you have no mudguards it will not affect your MOT. If you do have mudguards they must not obsctruct the rotation of the wheel or be deemed hazardous. Mudguards are not required for an MOT but ARE required by law."
 
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