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Best Flushmounts EVER!

For those of you that MUST have flushmounted turn signals, here are the ones you MUST get!
Flushmounts!

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For those of you that MUST have flushmounted turn signals, here are the ones you MUST get!
Flushmounts!
So what do you click a smiley to get into the site to buy?

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For those of you that MUST have flushmounted turn signals, here are the ones you MUST get!
Flushmounts!
YOU DICKHEAD!!!!!
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Fished In!!!!


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Guess you have them already

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Yeah, yeah, we know. You hate them. You remind us often.
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Maybe I should put this into the Knowledgebase?
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Maybe I should put this into the Knowledgebase?

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Re: Best Flushmounts EVER!

What's the problem with flush indicators?
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What's the problem with flush indicators?
Hard to see, so people around you can't tell what you're going to do...

I had them on my 929, but once I saw how hard they were to see, I haven't put them on any of my other bikes.
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Re: Best Flushmounts EVER!

UK spec ZX10R and new ZX6R have flush mounted indicators as standard. They look pretty cool to me

http://www.kawasaki.co.uk/Objects/00009020.jpg
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UK spec ZX10R and new ZX6R have flush mounted indicators as standard. They look pretty cool to me

http://www.kawasaki.co.uk/Objects/00009020.jpg
Those aren't quite the same though... For that matter, my Interceptor has flush mount signals from the factory too.

https://www.fireblades.org/photopost/...cat/600/page/1


The difference is, these are very visible. Most aftermarket ones aren't.
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Hard to see, so people around you can't tell what you're going to do...

I had them on my 929, but once I saw how hard they were to see, I haven't put them on any of my other bikes.
I agree. Same goes for the short stalks I and alot of other folks have used out back as well. Oh, and the other issue with the front signals is you oftentimes lose your amber running lights when you swap out for aftermarket units up front. Yeah, they look nice, but not the best for safety IMO.

Of course, we all could dress up like little neon tangerines (CBRVFR) and not worry about any sort of lack of visibility.

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