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Did you see the fronts with the running lights and signals, those are the rears with brake light but those are good too. I really like these signals.

I think I am too lazy to do the footwork. Probably going with the same rears as you since I got some smoked flushmounts, got impatient, cant watch those signals flap on the freeway any more.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/301581819314?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT

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On the topic of turn signals, Mr. Fang any chance you would happen know where I could find turn signals similar to these? Layz has one but it's the complete undertail, Candi motor has been the only place i've been able to find the flush style

 

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Did you see the fronts with the running lights and signals, those are the rears with brake light but those are good too. I really like these signals.

I think I am too lazy to do the footwork. Probably going with the same rears as you since I got some smoked flushmounts, got impatient, cant watch those signals flap on the freeway any more.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/301581819314?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT

Thanks for the help. King of parts finding.
Fronts are available at those sites, too. Pricey at around $155 a pair shipped...
 

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On the topic of turn signals, Mr. Fang any chance you would happen know where I could find turn signals similar to these? Layz has one but it's the complete undertail, Candi motor has been the only place i've been able to find the flush style

I haven't seen those anywhere, so far. Looks like it may be only available that way and CandiMotor can be very difficult, if not impossible, to order from by buyers outside Asia.

I'll keep my eyes peeled for them....
 

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I haven't seen those anywhere, so far. Looks like it may be only available that way and CandiMotor can be very difficult, if not impossible, to order from by buyers outside Asia.

I'll keep my eyes peeled for them....
I've been looking for months, was hoping for a rouge ebay seller to come save the day. I actually just stumbled upon this model on facebook

 

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Did you ever go with the LED Blinker Plus setup? I found them online and was really impressed - they are brighter, look better than stock, and retain stock functionality but its even better!
 

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Did you ever go with the LED Blinker Plus setup? I found them online and was really impressed - they are brighter, look better than stock, and retain stock functionality but its even better!
Yes but I ended up selling them. They actually sold on eBay yesterday. They looked great but I ultimately did not want to have to replace one after a drop.
In regions with running lights, both the indicator and white led will be lit at the same time.

They weren't good enough to justify the price for me in the end. I have a few pending orders to be filled with Watsen Design for the front.
I still want some form of running lights. Completely undecided on it. Something forward facing is needed. I will have to do some changes to all the front lighting.

I would get the regular Yamaha LEDs front and back if I was to do it over from scratch. They cost half as much. Can crash and buy a new set and be barely over the cost of the LED Blinker Plus.

Someone recently posted a photo on the forum of these front and back. Searched quick did not see it, you might come across it.
Yamaha YMEW07890000 LED BLINKER SET ARROW BLACK
I had to get carbon look but they were $45 from Canada. That guy sold out quick.
http://atv-services.myshopify.com/products/yamaha-genuine-part-ymew07890000?variant=3993785091
http://www.ebay.com/itm/301581819314?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT I only have them on the rear.


 

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Thanks! Did you install them yourself? I was wondering how the lights in the back work in conjunction with the brake light? I'm guessing they would have to tap into the brake light circuit somewhere. I'm willing to risk the drop as they look amazing and are better than stock, but still OEM. The Watsen ones are interesting too - but I also want a running light for safety.
 

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Thanks! Did you install them yourself? I was wondering how the lights in the back work in conjunction with the brake light? I'm guessing they would have to tap into the brake light circuit somewhere. I'm willing to risk the drop as they look amazing and are better than stock, but still OEM. The Watsen ones are interesting too - but I also want a running light for safety.
The kit includes 3 way splice connectors, you just tap once into the rear brake wire and it has 2 leads coming from it to connect to the brake light leads on the rear signals.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-vpPlutbDu4
 

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Do they export to the US? How much did they cost when you got them if you don't mind me asking?
Yes but I ended up selling them. They actually sold on eBay yesterday. They looked great but I ultimately did not want to have to replace one after a drop.
In regions with running lights, both the indicator and white led will be lit at the same time.

They weren't good enough to justify the price for me in the end. I have a few pending orders to be filled with Watsen Design for the front.
I still want some form of running lights. Completely undecided on it. Something forward facing is needed. I will have to do some changes to all the front lighting.

I would get the regular Yamaha LEDs front and back if I was to do it over from scratch. They cost half as much. Can crash and buy a new set and be barely over the cost of the LED Blinker Plus.

Someone recently posted a photo on the forum of these front and back. Searched quick did not see it, you might come across it.
Yamaha YMEW07890000 LED BLINKER SET ARROW BLACK
I had to get carbon look but they were $45 from Canada. That guy sold out quick.
I only have them on the rear.
 

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Yes, ATV Services does export to the US and Canada. They are 99 Pounds which worked out to about $200 Cdn for the front pair and another $200 for the rears. So they were NOT cheap. You will also need the TST industries flasher for them so that they don't hyper flash (the resistors don't work) and for ease of install, I suggest the TST LED adapters too (2 sets needed).

The install is very straightforward and easy.

If you are using a fender eliminator, the rears should fit on any of the common setups out there. I used TST but they didn't give an option for brackets without their led light pods so I went with the stock bracket and I had to add a stack of washers to push out the LED Plus blinkers about 1/2" so they weren't hiding behind the license plate. Totally optional but it made feeding the wires through a huge pain.

One tip - they will come with the nut threaded onto the shaft already and you need to get it past the wires at the end in order to install them. Feed them through one at a time and pull the rubber tubing back to help. It takes patience and time but is easy to do.
 
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