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Where to buy Clear Lens for Turn Signals

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Hi, I was wondering if anyone was able to find clear lenses for their turn signals. I already but TST flush mount signals in the front, as for the rear my bike came with a Yoshi fender eliminator already installed with the stock yellow lens turn signals. I was wondering if anyone knows how/where to get clear lens covers for the turn signals?

I've read that US law requires amber lens, however, my ninja 300 came with flush mounted turn signals in the front (a lot brighter and in a much better position for front and side illumination) that the TST. As well as clear lens covers for the rear turn signals too.
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Looked never found them. Move on to some other indicators you wont find white that you will be satisfied with. Look at Yamaha LED replacements for the rear.
Are the Yamaha ones plug and play? Also, how much do they cost? Are the brighter or dimmer than stock?
Are the Yamaha ones plug and play? Also, how much do they cost? Are the brighter or dimmer than stock?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ZzCQT3emHY

They do need yamaha harness covertors ($6) but resistors and adapter plates are included. Here is how they look on my bike.

DOT approved.

Comparison to EU/AU/ASIA indicator variant. IGNORE EVERYTHING HE SAYS ABOUT WIRING JUST TO SEE THE LIGHTS.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpu-QAbOxX0

http://www.yamaha-motor.eu/uk/acces...ls.acc?overviewhash=#/explore/0/0|0||/|533551

Contact these folks and ask for no VAT tax for international order.
http://atv-services.myshopify.com/products/yamaha-genuine-part-ymew07890000?variant=3993785091
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Bird,

did you paint the middle of your tank cover black? Looks nice.
Bird,

did you paint the middle of your tank cover black? Looks nice.
its just the piece from the red/raven installed on there
(Might be a dumb question) Could I just take turn signals from a Ninja 300 (either with bullet plugs, or cut the connector and add bullet plugs) attach it to a Yamaha converter, and run those?
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