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Old 06-05-2006, 09:20 PM   #1
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hot bodies turn signal

i was wondering if installing a hot body turn signalwould be hard on a gsxr 600, if not how do u install it?
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Not hard at all;
Remove your lowers, remove the stock turn signals. Clip the pig tail off the old turnsignals and attach them to the new signal, I use a high quality crimp connection with a heat shrinkable body, make sure to have the polarity correct.
Install the new Hotbodies turnsignals, be sure not to over tighten them. Reinstall your lowers, approximate time; 1 hour.

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Not hard at all;
Remove your lowers, remove the stock turn signals. Clip the pig tail off the old turnsignals and attach them to the new signal, I use a high quality crimp connection with a heat shrinkable body, make sure to have the polarity correct.
Install the new Hotbodies turnsignals, be sure not to over tighten them. Reinstall your lowers, approximate time; 1 hour.

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