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eBay Mirrors w/ LED Indicators on a 919

here's a shot of my ebay mirrors with integrated led blinkers




the install was pretty simple after i figured out the Honda screw/nut system

i think they look better than the OEM ones, but not perfect. I do like having the indicators up high and away from the headlight, which in my honest opinion makes the stock blinkers hard to see

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post #2 of 11 Old 06-26-2008, 05:49 PM
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Hi Martin, Could you take a picture of your GPS setup and tell what bracket(s) you used? Also what fairing is that? Thanks

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919 Helpful topics. Looks good Martin.


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Link to buy them please.

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looks good.
how are they wired?

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looks sharp

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looks good.
how are they wired?
+1!

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Hi Martin, Could you take a picture of your GPS setup and tell what bracket(s) you used? Also what fairing is that? Thanks
i did actually -> https://www.wristtwisters.com/forum/s...ad.php?t=13546 i used the ram mount that came with the zumo it had everything i needed

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hmmm lessee

these would be the ones > http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Parts...3756.m14.l1318


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looks good.
how are they wired?
thanks! install was a bit annoying - i took apart the oem connectors and they use a bullet style connector. only thing is the size is really weird...

since i didn't want to cut anything oem i bought the metal tube connectors that you crimp/squash the ends after you stick a wire in (the bottom peice in this guys hand)

then i crimped that to the blinker wire, stuck it into the female end of the oem butt/bullet connctor and put some tape around it so it won't vibrate loose.

they've been on there since february and 1 track day =] no problems so far

at certain rpms the mirrors get buzzy, but they are a lot lighter - also removing the stock front indicators saved me ~14lbs each!

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919 Helpful topics. Looks good Martin.

oh yah i had that pic up... still was screwy the way they designed it.... those honda guys =]

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Wow, those look sweet! I'm regretting not going with those!

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We don't need a lesson on how to get wires together... WHERE ARE THE WIRES?!

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