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Old 01-11-2009, 06:54 PM   #1
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flush mount front turn signals?

Looking to flush mount my front turn signals.

Are there any TXDOT rules on the front turn signals? (e.g. like the rear)

Are there practical reasons not to flush mount them?

Favorite kits or product recommendations?

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Old 01-11-2009, 08:08 PM   #2
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the hotbodies flushmounts are nice. i got em on my f4i and my friend liked em enough to put em on his RR.
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Old 01-11-2009, 09:06 PM   #3
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put a sticker over the hole and wire in some new gsxr mirrors with integrated signals.
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put a sticker over the hole and wire in some new gsxr mirrors with integrated signals.
Hmm... hadn't though about moving them myself.

Did find this guy who tried it and said:

"they don't fit. They are designed to be mounted on the top of the fairing, not the side and they don't swivel. SO will have to look for something else."

http://www.gsx650f.org/index.php?topic=69.0
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Mine are not legally bright, but I haven't been stopped for them. I cut out the front of the mirror and used sidemarker lights to clip in place. Can be removed from the outside to replace the bulb.
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Practical reason as to why not to mount them is it is much more difficult for other motorists to see them. I first went with just an integrated tail light with turn signals. I found it was too hard for others to see, so my personal choice was to add some minis to my fender eliminator
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