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Beatrix - 2020 BMW R1250R Exclusive in Pollux Metallic Matte
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If you have a Dremel (rotary cutter), you could do use that, but be careful because it is easy to overdo and remove too much material.

I used a Coping Saw on trimming thin plastic, as recent as yesterday. Cheap and effective. Clean-up sharp edges with a fresh box knife blade or a round file.
The higher the teeth count blade, the finer the cut, the tighter the turn can be. I do have a Dremel with a bunch of attachments, and it was useful in cleaning-up plastic parts, but I used a coping saw instead to cut the OEM BMW mudguard.
IRWIN Tools ProTouch Coping Saw (2014400), Blue & Yellow - -
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