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easy job. make sure they physically fit (45* angle) and then just plug the wires in to your indicators instead of your current indicators.
 

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I see no reason it CAN'T be done.

However... You will need to consider how you will run the wiring up...
 

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Is there a hole in the mounting bracket to run wires through?
 

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if not, i suppose i could make one, I'll go take a look at the nose jord sent me quick
 

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nope, you're right. most of them are like that, though. as in, the wires are.
 

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do we have someone from rtuna on this forum?
 

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From what I can tell, they should fit. How would I fit the indicators tho cos I know that we don't have like a standard one it's a Yamaha fitting
 

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they should fit only thing the wires maybe on show
 

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Been looking at something like this myself, and wondering how it would be done.
There are mirrors with indies out there that have fairing fittings, but the bolts aren't the same size as ours, and I don't see it being easy to change without taking the whole nose off :/
 

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Been looking at something like this myself, and wondering how it would be done.
There are mirrors with indies out there that have fairing fittings, but the bolts aren't the same size as ours, and I don't see it being easy to change without taking the whole nose off :hmm:
I bet your glad to hear this :)

I BOUGHT NEW MIRRORS! :D GP AVAITARS £43 BRAND NEW
 

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Been looking at something like this myself, and wondering how it would be done.
There are mirrors with indies out there that have fairing fittings, but the bolts aren't the same size as ours, and I don't see it being easy to change without taking the whole nose off :/
Luckily for me I have my new nose waiting for the paint job :p so I could fit them to that but there'd be no way of testing the led's without it being on bike
 

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Hmmmmm... Don't suppose you could get any snaps of the underside, and how the original mirrors actually fit underneath?
 

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Most of the aftermarket mirrors fit on slots rather than exact holes, allowing them to fit a multitude of bikes. As for wiring, keep it neat and as waterproof as you can.

You can make anything fit anything as long as you have either enough time, talent or money, and preferably all three.
 

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Just a thought, what are you going to do with the old indicators?

Leave them there, or take them off, and be left with holes in the pannels?
 

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Just a thought, what are you going to do with the old indicators?

Leave them there, or take them off, and be left with holes in the pannels?
i was hoping someone would ask :p when i get my paint job (eventually) i'll get them to fill them in and smooth it over
 
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