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Hello

Did you perform a very simple test :
- put your bike on a rear stand, with a lifter under the engine
- then, untight the upper tee screw and unscrew both fork leg caps
- then, gently, move down the lifter so the fork gets entirely compressed

As such, you'll be able to see if the mudguard comes against the Evotech engine guard. I'm pretty sure it wouldn't.
 

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If it does hit, you could reposition it to provide more coverage at the front, and install a rubber flap at the rear.

Sarah
 
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