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Greggs Flushmounts

I just installed these today, and DAMN my bike is lookin' sexy!!!
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Re: Greggs Flushmounts

Someone put some fried eggs on your bike. If it were mine, I'd find them and kick their ass.
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Re: Greggs Flushmounts

I thought they looked like ufo's, but now I can see the fried egg.

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Heeheehee, I've always said they looked like fried eggs, but BDA beat me to it this time. Damn, now I'm hungry and want to go to the diner for some nice sunnyside up eggs and greasy homefries.

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Re: Greggs Flushmounts

those are nice. they don't make them for my bike. how do they look in the daylight. good and bright? are they led or use bulb.
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Re: Greggs Flushmounts

its just one large LED they are supposed to last somthing like 20000 hours. Like most aftermarket flushmounts, they are not as noticeable as stock, but they are not bad. I use hand signals most of the time anyway along with my blinkers. The other drivers in sacramento are crazy.

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Re: Greggs Flushmounts

I now have new bike these should fit. Do they make to match repsol paint looks?
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Re: Greggs Flushmounts

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I now have new bike these should fit. Do they make to match repsol paint looks?
You can get them in different colors, and you can get the amber or white led. I got a good deal on mine, but if I paid full price, I would have got the black with white led (glows amber)

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How much did they cost?
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Re: Greggs Flushmounts

I can't exactly remember what I paid (Ithink $60 on Ebay) If you buy them new they are like $100. They seem to be made well and machined out of alluminum. They fit well on the bike with no gaps.

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