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post #1 of 21 Old 05-01-2011, 07:20 PM Thread Starter
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Honda 919 front blinker removal

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Sweet Vin here, I am new to the forum and have a quick question regarding my front blinkers. How and the heck do you remove them?? I see there is some kind of bracket connecting them from side to side. Is there a way to do this with out cutting the bracket. I did a quick search but didn't see anything relevant. Thanks in advance,

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Take off the headlight bucket, there is a nut inside the indicator bracket you need to get at.

You can reach it much easier by taking that bucket off, even disconnect a few wires if you need to.

That's from memory, anyway, but mine whole front end is currently off and that is the quickest way I think you could get at it.

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google is spot on...

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Here you go m8, spot on detailed instructions.

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Thanks guys!

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if you want some trick front signals though, order up some watsen led signals. you wont be disappointed, although your wallet will.

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I replaced my front signals with LED's from ebay. I also grabed a plug for that 1/4" hole

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Hey boog! Do you still have some of those plugs for the signal hole? I have the exact same setup and want to plug them up....and I thought I read you had dome avail. How much to ship to
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No signal lights for this guy, I strip pretty much everything I can.

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where is that legal?! or is ur 919 just a race day bike?

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legal in texas... go figure. lol.

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I'm not sure if its legal or not. But I've lived in MN, CO, ND now and never had an issue. I usually go by if your not doing something stupid you won't have a problem with the cops.

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I'm not sure if its legal or not. But I've lived in MN, CO, ND now and never had an issue. I usually go by if your not doing something stupid you won't have a problem with the cops.
clearly you haven't been to the northwest yet....

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legal in texas... go figure. lol.

The downside of removing signals from your bike in Texas is that you then have to use hand/arm signals... :P

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The downside of removing signals from your bike in Texas is that you then have to use hand/arm signals... :P
no doubt, but from what i've seen in texas (been there many times, fine state!), most dont bother cant say i blame them half the time as the drivers are going too fast to do anything about it in the first place.

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The downside of removing signals from your bike in Texas is that you then have to use hand/arm signals... :P
From what we see down here about Texas, surely you'd just let off a few rounds of your gun in the direction you want to turn to indicate!

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By the way - we basically don't have highway shootings here. It's California that has them on a regular basis. Media doesn't cover that much because it doesn't fit their agenda, though.

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Allan: You don't want to know what New Zealand is famed for by the media. Probably just as 'accurate' as their depiction of Texas.

Nothing wrong with a good looking sheep ..............

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You were just helping it over the fence right?

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good write up and pics i'm about to remove mine and install some mirrors with built in blinkers

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