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I'm thinking of going with a set of flush mounted turn signals from a sport bike on my fender, as I'm going with a side mount license plate bracket. Any compelling reasons why not to put something like the picture below on? I figure if they're bright enough for the front they'd be bright enough for the back.



 

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I'm thinking of going with a set of flush mounted turn signals from a sport bike on my fender, as I'm going with a side mount license plate bracket. Any compelling reasons why not to put something like the picture below on? I figure if they're bright enough for the front they'd be bright enough for the back.
Just remember, before you drill any holes, make sure the new blinkers work correctly. cheers

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Just remember, before you drill any holes, make sure the new blinkers work correctly. cheers
Oh yes, before I drill ANY holes in my expensive fender I will be wiring those lights in place to ensure they work correctly. According to the FSM there seems to be connectors in the lighting, so I should be able to do a nice job.
 

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Oh yes, before I drill ANY holes in my expensive fender I will be wiring those lights in place to ensure they work correctly. According to the FSM there seems to be connectors in the lighting, so I should be able to do a nice job.
They would look cleaner. Are they LED? You might need a load equalizer or a couple of resistors, so you're not guaranteed a plug and play system, but should be well worth the trouble. Take before and after pics. cheers thumb up
 

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They would look cleaner. Are they LED? You might need a load equalizer or a couple of resistors, so you're not guaranteed a plug and play system, but should be well worth the trouble. Take before and after pics. cheers thumb up
Yeah, I'll likely need a load equalizer as they are LEDs. I'm considering an Arlen Ness cafe fairing as well, tossing around the idea of mounting a pair on the outer edges of that. .....
 
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