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post #1 of 3 Old 01-04-2010, 03:35 PM Thread Starter
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turn signal conversion kits

I'm looking into a kit to convert the rear turn signals into running / brake lights. Tha kit is made by Electrical Conection. I did find a post with mention of this kit but not alot of info. Has anyone installed this kit in their bike? Any info would be greatly appreciated as I REALLY want to be seen! Thanks in advance.

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post #2 of 3 Old 02-10-2010, 11:49 AM
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Do a little web crawling, there are several company's that have like products.

Big difference in prices to be found.

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I bought the one from Electrical Connection, it works as advertised, fairly easy to install and coupled with the brake light modulator from Kissan and the LED replacement panel from Clear Alternatives there is no missing the back of my 919 when I hit the brakes! This is the effect I was looking for. FYI, E.C. offers the kit in two forms, one somehow fits onto the bulb in the turn signal housing, I think Dream has this one, the second one is a pcb ring that is supplied with silicone to be fixed to the lense. I bought the later and took the ring pcb's and fixed them to a piece of rigid plastic that I drilled to slide onto replacement LED bulbs, very easy instalation, slide the rings onto the bulb base then install the bulb in the socket.

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