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Old 10-02-2012, 11:25 AM
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i have removed my turn signals and put edge cut block off plates
installed headlight bezzel with turn signals built in, i am starting to get bored
of the look, and would like some other options were and what to do with signal lights ?? any help or ideas would be great
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I got rid of mine and replaced them with amber LED arrays. I heated them with a heat gun and molded them to fit the fairing so they can be seen from the front & the side. I only use them as turn signals. You can see them right up above the cow bells.

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Nice Tracy, do you have a close up with them on?

I was thinking about the Alloy Art ones as well....but pretty pricey
https://www.denniskirk.com/alloy-art...prd/215535.sku
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Sorry ncbeast...I wasnt on here for a bit and totally missed your comment. Here ya go.

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I installed the Bagger Nation windshield trim with the turn signals imbedded in it.
It puts the visibility up higher than the stock turn signals and are clearly visible in daytime or night running.




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Chainsaw has some like what Tracy has in line with the top part of the headlight on the side of the fairing. you can kinda see the orange lights glowing
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Can see them up close, but from 10' they just blend in and disappear........they're LED and more then visible when on. I only have them hooked up as turn signals and not running lights, personal choice

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Can see them up close, but from 10' they just blend in and disappear........they're LED and more then visible when on. I only have them hooked up as turn signals and not running lights, personal choice

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Those look great. I've only see them in chrome, at least I think that's them.

Did you find then in black or disassemble them and powder coat them?
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Those look great. I've only see them in chrome, at least I think that's them.

Did you find then in black or disassemble them and powder coat them?
When I bought them, they only made them in chrome. I had them painted, but I believe that they now make them in black "off the shelf"......not 100% positive though as I haven't really looked since I bought mine
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