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1000RR - Aftermarket Front Turn Signals - What are people using?

What do people have out there right now? I like the look of the flushmount LEDs but not sure how visible they are to people in front of you...

I think I may be leaning toward a mini-stalk or something like that.. I want it to look good, but still want people to see where I am going..

I would appreciate any pics of aftermarket applications others have installed and where ya got em... Thanks!
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Re: 1000RR - Aftermarket Front Turn Signals - What are people using?

hand signals...their lighter!
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Re: 1000RR - Aftermarket Front Turn Signals - What are people using?

I like the Gregg's led flushmounts but they don't have a marker light. I kept the big ugly stock ones on mine for visibility. If you go with a flushmount you should try to find something dual-filament with a running light.

And then there's this asshole...
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Re: 1000RR - Aftermarket Front Turn Signals - What are people using?

http://www.watsendesign.com/products...INK/index.html
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Re: 1000RR - Aftermarket Front Turn Signals - What are people using?

If you like the watsen design signals PM just954rr. He has a set that he is selling for a very good price...
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If you like the watsen design signals PM just954rr. He has a set that he is selling for a very good price...
***SOLD****..thanks .....
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Re: 1000RR - Aftermarket Front Turn Signals - What are people using?

Anything to help out I was suprised they lasted that long at that price
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Re: 1000RR - Aftermarket Front Turn Signals - What are people using?

I still have to change my front blinkers but I did change the rear blinkers to this: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...category=35580 I think it looks a lot better the the rear blinkers intagrated. It looks like he also sells them for the 1000RR. One thing to think about for the front blinkers is they are duel filament. Most pleople replace the front with a single filament and lose the running lights. I personaly think the running lights look good.
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Re: 1000RR - Aftermarket Front Turn Signals - What are people using?

http://images.snapfish.com/343448752...25%3A743nu0mrj
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Re: 1000RR - Aftermarket Front Turn Signals - What are people using?

Thanks peeps.. I think I am going to try those watsen ones. I like how they offer the running light option..
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