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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-18-2010, 12:03 PM Thread Starter
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Talking Aloha...need some advice

Howzit everyone! Just signed up for forum today and wondering if someone out there can help me out on any of my projects. Pimping out my 09 ninja 250r and as usual I took on too much for me to handle by myself. Projects include changing turn signals, installing no cut frame sliders, and fender eliminator (I bought the kit from Targa). No instructions for the turn signals and the one sheet of instructions for the frame sliders and eliminator kit look like Japanese to me.

Ok so first things first...I cant ride my bike now cause I took off all the turn signals (i know smart right) and the flush mount custom signals I bought have wires that someone told me I would have to splice..."huh." Also I can't figure out how to mount the signals over the hole where stock signals use to be. I'm feeling really female now would appreciate any advice. Mahalo

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First, welcome to the site!

Second, what brand of turn signal do you have?
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post #3 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-19-2010, 12:51 AM Thread Starter
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Thank you.

I bought the turn signals on Ebay motors from Hong Kong so there is no brand. Sold as universal flush mounts. I included a pic of what it looks like.
btw the black rim around the light is made of flexible rubber.
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post #4 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-13-2010, 01:25 PM
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i got those same things looks nice on it
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First, Welcome.

Second. I dont think the signals you got will work. notice how short the screw is and how deep our signals go. But to wire them up you'll need to connect the positive to positive and ground to ground. Check what the manufacturer say which is which. I assume red is power.

I think that you are going to need a relay of some sort if the lights are LED also.

This might not be your taste, but here is my setup.
http://www.2fiddy.com/2008/05/flush-mount-turn-signals/

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First, Welcome.

Second. I dont think the signals you got will work. notice how short the screw is and how deep our signals go. But to wire them up you'll need to connect the positive to positive and ground to ground. Check what the manufacturer say which is which. I assume red is power.

I think that you are going to need a relay of some sort if the lights are LED also.

This might not be your taste, but here is my setup.
http://www.2fiddy.com/2008/05/flush-mount-turn-signals/
ok very correct on everything above, i used double sided mounting tape on the back side of them and u cant see it at all and yes u need a relay for each side not to hard to figure it out like as stated above color to color , hope everything works out for u
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also i have a pic of them on my bike
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