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Who Has Some Old Trashed Turn Signals?

No luck on the classifieds so I'll try here.

I want to replace my 07 919 turn signals but I don't want to cut the connectors off the original ones.

Somebody here must have some old stock turn signals they want to part with, eh? I just need the connectors where they plug into the wiring harness.

I'm not sure if all years are the same. Mine looks just like this (from 919 helpful topics):
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just chop'm up already!

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Honda wiring is all the same. Look for a set of stock signals for just about any Honda bike and that will get you the results you want.

I think there are companies out there that sell prefab connectors for aftermarket lighting but I don't know who. Try looking around on the net


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Somebody here must have some old stock turn signals they want to part with, eh? I just need the connectors where they plug into the wiring harness.

I'm not sure if all years are the same. Mine looks just like this (from 919 helpful topics):
I checked when I got to work this morning cause I thought I had 1 set of front signals, complete with harness and connectors from my RC-51 or my 996...but I didn't. Sorry dude.


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Why dont you just splice into the lines rather than messing with the connectors.

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Honda wiring is all the same. Look for a set of stock signals for just about any Honda bike and that will get you the results you want.

I think there are companies out there that sell prefab connectors for aftermarket lighting but I don't know who. Try looking around on the net
Based on some eBay research, they are not all the same even among recent vintage Hondas. Some have the old bullet style connectors. Some have the newer, automotive style connectors like the 919. Some have running lights in the front turn signals like the 919. Some don't.

Surprising how few there are on eBay that appear to match the 919. I found a set that should give me what I need for the rear. I need to investigate what the connectors on the front look like. I haven't taken the front apart yet.

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I was referring to the connectors. Yes, Some fronts are a 3 wire system which utilize running lights. Regardless, most newer Hondas are all the same in regards to wire color, connector and 2way or 3way set up.


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I checked when I got to work this morning cause I thought I had 1 set of front signals, complete with harness and connectors from my RC-51 or my 996...but I didn't. Sorry dude.
Hey. Thanks for checking. I can probably get what I want from eBay but I didn't think I would need to go that route.

Anybody have any experience with the Lockhart Phillips turns signals? it looks like they have some with the running lights. I would like to keep the running lights on the front if I can. I think these would look good in smoke lens.

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I'm fairly certain I have my old ones somewhere and will check for you when I get home. If I have them, I'll ship them to you.

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I've got a few scuffed up ones in a box, yours for shipping if you want them. Does it matter front or rear, left or right?

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I'm fairly certain I have my old ones somewhere and will check for you when I get home. If I have them, I'll ship them to you.

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I've got a few scuffed up ones in a box, yours for shipping if you want them. Does it matter front or rear, left or right?
Ideally, I need all 4. Or at least 2 front and 2 rear, assuming the front are different from the rear. I think they must be because fronts have running lights and rears don't.

So please see what you have and let me know, especially what type of connectors are on them since the connectors are what I really need.

Thanks!!!!!!!

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Ideally, I need all 4. Or at least 2 front and 2 rear, assuming the front are different from the rear. I think they must be because fronts have running lights and rears don't.

So please see what you have and let me know, especially what type of connectors are on them since the connectors are what I really need.

Thanks!!!!!!!
I'll dig around in the garage boxes this weekend and let you know.

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Hey. Thanks for checking. I can probably get what I want from eBay but I didn't think I would need to go that route.

Anybody have any experience with the Lockhart Phillips turns signals? it looks like they have some with the running lights. I would like to keep the running lights on the front if I can. I think these would look good in smoke lens.

Lockhart Phillips USA :: LP USA LIGHTWORKS :: SHORT STALK TURN SIGNALS :: SHORT STALK ALUMINUM SERIES 1
Ive had Lockhart Phillips signals on my bike for about a year and a half, no issues and they still look great. Get singe filament for the rear and dual filament up front.

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Ive had Lockhart Phillips signals on my bike for about a year and a half, no issues and they still look great. Get singe filament for the rear and dual filament up front.
That's what I was thinking. Good to hear they are holding up. I think I'm leaning toward the rectangular black with amber lenses. Which ones are you running?

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Ahhh s&@!t. I checked and it looks like I tossed my fronts in the garbage and used my rear connectors for my integrator. Sorry man. I suck.

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That's what I was thinking. Good to hear they are holding up. I think I'm leaning toward the rectangular black with amber lenses. Which ones are you running?
Using the Series III with the clear lense.


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Have a look at these, think this is what you want - plug into stock harness & adapt to aftermarket signals.



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This picture only shows the 2-wire connector , give them a call or email & check.

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Have a look at these, think this is what you want - plug into stock harness & adapt to aftermarket signals.



Cycle Gear - MOTRAX IndyLeads Turn Signal Connectors, HONDA 2004-2005

This picture only shows the 2-wire connector , give them a call or email & check.
Those look right. Nice find!

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Have a look at these, think this is what you want - plug into stock harness & adapt to aftermarket signals.



Cycle Gear - MOTRAX IndyLeads Turn Signal Connectors, HONDA 2004-2005

This picture only shows the 2-wire connector , give them a call or email & check.
Yeah, they are a bit overkill but make it totally plug & play.

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Ok, I'm waking up slowly this morning because I stayed up too late last night. Let me get moving and I'll hobble out to the garage and dig through some boxes, will let you know exactly what I have available. Think I have 2 fronts and 1 rear off the 599 if memory serves me right, they are exactly the same as the 919 even if the part numbers are different.

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I would want to have the length cut to limit the spaghetti effect but these might be worth it just for the connectors if they have both colors (not a huge deal) and a 3 wire version (pretty major deal).

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Ok, I'm waking up slowly this morning because I stayed up too late last night. Let me get moving and I'll hobble out to the garage and dig through some boxes, will let you know exactly what I have available. Think I have 2 fronts and 1 rear off the 599 if memory serves me right, they are exactly the same as the 919 even if the part numbers are different.
That would be awesome. To keep shipping down, if you wanted to chop off the connectors with a few inches of wire, that's all I really need.

I'll probably be away from my computer until Sunday night so I may not respond but I'm definitely interested. I really appreciate the help.

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No luck on the classifieds so I'll try here.

I want to replace my 07 919 turn signals but I don't want to cut the connectors off the original ones.

Somebody here must have some old stock turn signals they want to part with, eh? I just need the connectors where they plug into the wiring harness.

I'm not sure if all years are the same. Mine looks just like this (from 919 helpful topics):
I was in the same boat as you a while back. I went with the new type CBR indicators, replacing those dam awefull stock indicators that you'd expect to find on a ship, although I did the front first. To cut a long story short, the front and rear connectors are different! My 9'ner is build year 2006. See pics of the front connectors:
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Yeah. The fronts have running lights and 3 pin connectors. The rear do not have runing lights and have 2 pin connectors. I found some on eBay I'll try to get.

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Time for a bump. I found a set of rear turn signals with connectors on ebay but I'm still looking for a set for the front. My 07 919 has automotive style 3 pin connectors on the front. I just need the connectors like from a set of trashed turn signals. Anybody got 1 or 2?

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