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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 09-09-2002, 11:02 AM Thread Starter
 
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Turn Signal Integrater Kit

Does anyone know if the F4i has a turn signal integrater kit available for the front blinkers?
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doesn't a integrator kit move the turn signals into the taillights? how could you have a front one, when ever you go to turn wouldn't the headlight just blink?
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doesn't a integrator kit move the turn signals into the taillights? how could you have a front one, when ever you go to turn wouldn't the headlight just blink?
LMAO.........
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was I wrong?
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No you are not wrong..... It was just funny trying to picture it.
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I'm sorry, let me be more specific. I have seen on an R6 where there are little bulbs in the upper corners of each headlight. I was wondering if it is possible to do that with an F4i.
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Absolutely..... Just drill some holes where you want to put them inside your headlight assembly, and wire yourself 2 bulbs or LED lights in there. But, do not expect anyone riding beside you to expect you coming over(unless you use hand signals when with other riders). Oh, and also, what are you going to do with the holes in your farings where your signals used to be?
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I' would just stick with the flushmounts seems to be much easier then filling holes in the fairing
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One of the best kept secrets of the people selling turn signal integrators is exactly what you are buying. You are buying a $14. trailer brake light kit available at any auto parts store. When you wire it up, simply ignore the brown (tail) light wire and leave the stock tail light wire in place. Most of the integrators you can purchase have the brown wire cut off and their own "whiz-bang super-duper sportbike tail light integrator" sticker stuck on top of the unit.

As for the front signals, they are required for the "integrator" to work properly. If you don't like the stock stalks, perhaps you would be satisfied with some lockhardt flush mounts.
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The only problem I have with putting flush mounts in is that you have to drill an even bigger hole in the fairing just to get them to fit.
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