Yea it will fit but the bracket on the side will either need to be cut of off or not used - or moved. If you want to make it look even nicer an idea would be to run a new braided hose inside the fork rather than on the outside like the original - that way you can do away with cutting the mudguard, you may need to drill a hole in the fork leg above where the speedo cable goes into the fork leg, depends which fork your using - Also obviously with the T5 mudguard you see a lot more of the shocker - you might not like the look of the standard item with the big plastic cover.
Perfect answer! Thanks mate. Didn't know I could run it up the fork, that'll look nice. I'm in half a mind to either just get the mudguard on or do it properly like you said, new shocker etc. Probably worth doing while the whole thing is apart really... Guess the bank balance will decide that one for me.
2000 PX125 Disc 40 mile daily commute Engine - Drilled out heart, 100 main jet, BR7HS plug MPG - ~80 Body - Dirty and simple with added rust
If you put the hose inside the fork leg, the hose you use will have to have a detachable banjo fitting or it won't get through the hole you make, then once hose is through you refit it, also check length of hose for allowing suspension movement.😉