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  1. Cosmetic Mods
    I had these on a bike that was totalled, when I salvaged them I didnt realize they had an adapter because I bought the bike with them already on there. Now I have the turn signals without the adapter so they are effectively useless. Does anyone know where I can get 2 adapters or what kind of...
  2. Cosmetic Mods
    Was tired of waiting for Watsen's, found a lad in the USA selling hand-built flush mount signals for less than half the cost of Watsen's and no wait time! Couldn't be happier - extremely bright, fitment was a treat and love the way they look. Total turn around time was 2 weeks from the time I...
  3. Want To Buy
    Doing some replacements and wondering if anyone has either, in excellent shape 1) Left turn signal (from a 2009, not sure how long they ran the same kind) 2) Fat handlebar and/or the risers and bar ends to go with it, 2009-2012. I am about to pull the trigger on a Renthal bar but if I can...
  4. Cosmetic Mods
    Shout-out to syntheticcheez for the idea! Thanks man! Installed BMW 745 side-markers for my rear signals to be Cali street legal. Still kept my integrated tails as well. Installed to look like they are free-floating. I personally didn't want to drill any holes into the plastics.
  5. Repair/Troubleshooting
    Hello Everybody. My friend has a 2009 Daytona 675 and a few days ago the left turn signals started flashing at an accelerated rate such as when you replace with led signals w/o a resistor, but the right side still blink the normal rate like they have been. As far as I can tell all the...
  6. Riders Discount
    Gregg's Customs Turn Signals for your Triumph Daytona 675 are bright, high-quality units that fit your OEM bodywork perfectly. Made from CNC-cut 6061 aluminum, there are no uneven gaps anywhere along the edge between your bike's fairings and the turn signal. Simply wire them in place with the...
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