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Another Front Turn Signal Alternative

I was lookin around the internet for an alternative to the stock turn signals and was wondering if anyone had tried these yet: http://www.customdynamics.com/flex_led_array.htm
It looks like you should be able to wrap them around the forks

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If they truly look good on the bike ... meaning "factory" installed good. I think they are very nice! It may be worth a shot. I like the concept.

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only problem is i'll need to find somethin to cover the mount for the stock front signal

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I was lookin around the internet for an alternative to the stock turn signals and was wondering if anyone had tried these yet: http://www.customdynamics.com/flex_led_array.htm
It looks like you should be able to wrap them around the forks
i have a mate over here that has them on his R1 streetfighter and thay work real good. it cleans up the front end and are bright

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