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post #1 of 36 Old 11-08-2004, 10:45 PM Thread Starter
 
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Euro signals

Where can I get the stock euro style signals for a honda 954?
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Re: Euro signals

how are the euro ones different from the us ones.
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Re: Euro signals

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how are the euro ones different from the us ones.
I think their opposite sides since they drive on the other side over there.
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Re: Euro signals

he means OEM-like signals with white/clear lenses i think....
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Re: Euro signals

http://www.mcnews.com.au/Testing/Hon...ade/Page_5.htm

No they have a different shape to them. They look alot better I think.

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Re: Euro signals

Wonder Boy is right. Euro 954 turn signals are much smaller than the ones fitted to the 929. Different shape too, sort of tapered/diamond shape to them.

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Re: Euro signals

Try http://www.bikersoracle.com/index.php?forums=forum, a broad bikers' website for info in the UK.
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Re: Euro signals

The photo of the Euro-spec 954 shows a fuel level indicator as part of the LCD. My 2002 doesn't have that. Did it come on the 2003s?

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The photo of the Euro-spec 954 shows a fuel level indicator as part of the LCD. My 2002 doesn't have that. Did it come on the 2003s?

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Nope. The US did not get the HESS system either, that uses a chip in the key. This system can only be started with the original 2 keys.

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The photo of the Euro-spec 954 shows a fuel level indicator as part of the LCD. My 2002 doesn't have that. Did it come on the 2003s?

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Nope, none of the Euro 954s have a fuel level indicator. Low level warning LED only. I'm guessing same as yours.
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I'd scour eBay for turn indicators if I was you.

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Re: Euro signals

Yep I can confirm that the Euro 954's has smaller more stylish indicators, although Euro 929's still have the big gumby ones, And no Ive never seen a fuel level indicator on a 954 only the orange light that comes on when your nearly empty!

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Re: Euro signals

I cant find nothen. You would think sombody is selling them...........
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try www.davidsilverspares.co.uk
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Re: Euro signals

I emailed them... and am still waiting
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Re: Euro signals

I have the European model(02 954) and have 2 friends with the USA model(02 and 03 954), and the differences are:

parking lights:
they have it in the turn lights
I have it in the headlights
HISS
they have not
I have it
Passing light and turn off lights
they have not
I have it
Also I have this in the display screen:
fuel consumption readout that continuously calculates consumption from the engine's current operating conditions. Very usefull!
and off course the color scheme.

So you decide, what´s better??
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