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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-11-2001, 07:50 AM Thread Starter
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'ello all,
Just joined SBW last night, really liked what I found info wise just browsing. I have a 1998 superhawk bought new in 2000, and love every last piece of it, except the parts of the rear fender I chopped off so I could actually see that nice rear tire, and the side reflectors, those had to go also.
No other mods done yet except for the slight bodywork, I am ordering a set of Leo-vince high mount slip-ons tomorrow.
So, on to my first question.... I have read of other superhawk riders integrating the turn signals into the taillight, I have seen this kit once in a magazine (or online, I can't remember) but cannot find it now, does anyone out there know where I can pick up this kit, I am gonna need it with the pipes, and any feedback anyone has that likes the kit or doesn't would be great too.
Thanks to all who reply in advance, and hello again to everyone.


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post #6 of 17 (permalink) Old 03-12-2001, 07:44 AM
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Rear Signal Intergator Kit

Welcome Nate!

Here ya go, posted by DoubleAught in a thread in the "How Do I" forum:

I just installed my second Integrator kit, so here's the story... They have a website,, the price is 69.95, and it takes about 15 minutes to install. The advantage of using the integrator instead of the diy method is that you have very clear instructions, you have the option of a pulsing taillight, and it is easy for the eletrically inept, like me. With fuel injection on a brand new bike I was very apprehensive about cutting any wires without explicit instructions to follow. Disadvantage is the price. One thing it does is to turn off the opposite light for a second when you first signal, so that your intent is obvious. When I purchased the first one, the owner of the company called me to ask if I was satisfied, and if I had any problems at all. More companies oughts be like that.
If you're comfortable with your wiring abilities and want to save money, go the DIY route, but if you do choose the Integrator, you won't be unhappy with the results.
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Thank you to all who welcomed me to SBW, I wish I had learned about and joined here a lot earlier in my motorcycling life.

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