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post #1 of 11 Old 08-27-2014, 01:03 PM Thread Starter
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Turn Signals

I am torn between getting a rear brake light with the turn signals integrated or just putting smaller rear signals on the bike while installing my fender eliminator. What signals have you guys been putting on these bikes and how do you like them?

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I used some cheap LED ones of e bay and plan on getting this tail light from rizoma. Ill take a pic of the turn signals tomorrow I think they match the bike well
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I'm thinking about doing small LEDs up front and the integrated signals in the taillight for the rear.
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I used some cheap LED ones of e bay and plan on getting this tail light from rizoma. Ill take a pic of the turn signals tomorrow I think they match the bike well
Im looking heavily at that taillight too. Wish I could get a view of it lit up
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I installed the Yosh tail tidy. Very nicely made and fits perfectly and has the license plate lights (leds). Added some ebay signal LEDs and a relay from Customled...

LEDs were these: Motorcycle 18x LED Turn Signals Indicators Amber x 2

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Yosh tail tidy and adapters from Motorcycle Helmets, Jackets, Riding Gear, Parts & Accessories | Motostarz.com
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Looks good, I ordered the YOSHI eliminator yesterday just trying to figure out what I want to do as far as signals go or get the integrated tail light. Was the YOSHI install pretty simple?
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Simple enough. You keep your key cover with the Yosh as well. Unplug cabling under the seat near the back. I also reused the plastic cable guide from the oem tail assembly to keep the cabling from moving around and to be hidden. You have to shorten it though...

I ordered OEM connectors for the turn signals to keep the installation clean instead of cutting and tapping into the wires. (Yamaha OEM Turn Signal Connectors, 3-Wire (pair) – Custom LED)
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Im looking heavily at that taillight too. Wish I could get a view of it lit up
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I specifically waited for the sun to be in the background of the photos (Similar to a car approaching from the rear with sunlight in their eyes). I will take some night-time photos at some point but those tend to exaggerate the brightness and doesn't really offer much other than "wow, those are bright with no other lights around". It did not photograph well (perhaps the light filters in my camera with the direct sunlight), but don't let the photos fool you, this thing is extremely bright.

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I did the lupus lights with integrated signals and the yoshi eliminator...LOVE IT.


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