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post #1 of 10 Old 12-08-12, 11:14 Thread Starter
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Alternative to flush mounts

So guys i installed the TRIUMPH LED SIGNALS. These are the ones that come stock on the SPEED Triple!

The rear signals took 5 mins!! the fronts took the longest because of taking off the fairings and putting back together. I like flush mounts, but i really like the look that these bring to the bike.

The relay was trial and error because the instructions don't have the labels that show were the wiring goes. All in all i am happy with the look and the brightness of the signals!

Here are some photos of the install and overall looks. Comments are appreciated and welcome!!



















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post #2 of 10 Old 12-08-12, 12:27
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I wish they would put those on the daytona stock. They look so much better.


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I wish they would put those on the daytona stock. They look so much better.


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you didnt need to take off the farings to install the side markers! (i only know because ive done it several times) reach under the left. the right side can be reached from the top.

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I like the 09+ signals. The 06-08 ones were too rounded and oval-ish. I actually put 09+ Daytona signals on my SV1000.
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That looks super clean! I personally like the look of stalks...call me crazy. Looks really nice.

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Those look awesome! I like thise much better then flush mounts.

Do you know what ohm resistors you used?

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Those look awesome! I like thise much better then flush mounts.

Do you know what ohm resistors you used?
they make an LED relay for bikes (it is generic), dont waste your time with resistors. just replace your stock relay with the LED ready one. I think it is the one with the connector not the circle connectors. you can get them on ebay or some LED site for like $10-15.

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nice alternative to the flushmounts
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Thanks fellas!

As far as the resistor goes PAPA nailed it on the head. LED relay is where it is at.

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