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Rear Turn signals options - hidden in rear?

Hey everyone... new to MV but not new to cars and bikes.


I picked up a 2014 F3 800 EAS ABS and the previous owner has done a tail tidy with no turn signals. I would love to get the stock rear end back so that I'm not throwing rocks at riders behind me and also get my turn signals back. If you know anyone with all the bits to do that please let me know. I tried to search a bit and can't find those parts used on ebay. Maybe not looking correctly?


The other thing I thought of was to get some small turn signals and tuck them into the rear little side grills. It isn't the best in terms of cars seeing it but it would be the simplest/cheapest route and have something that helps riders following me know what I'm about to do.


Thanks in advance!
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Hey everyone... new to MV but not new to cars and bikes.


I picked up a 2014 F3 800 EAS ABS and the previous owner has done a tail tidy with no turn signals. I would love to get the stock rear end back so that I'm not throwing rocks at riders behind me and also get my turn signals back. If you know anyone with all the bits to do that please let me know. I tried to search a bit and can't find those parts used on ebay. Maybe not looking correctly?


The other thing I thought of was to get some small turn signals and tuck them into the rear little side grills. It isn't the best in terms of cars seeing it but it would be the simplest/cheapest route and have something that helps riders following me know what I'm about to do.


Thanks in advance!
Know how I know you haven't done a search on the forum for this very issue? See bold.

Members here have agreed that doing this risks damaging the rectifier for needed air circulation. You could simply visit one of the site sponsors (Designcorse for example) and find they carry an integrated turn signal tail light.

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@airjawed , have a look in the Customizing section, it's a well discussed topic on the forum.

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Know how I know you haven't done a search on the forum for this very issue? See bold.

Members here have agreed that doing this risks damaging the rectifier for needed air circulation. You could simply visit one of the site sponsors (Designcorse for example) and find they carry an integrated turn signal tail light.
Thanks Spark,

I did a brief google on it but not a search in this forum. I guess what I was mostly hoping for was to find someone with the removed parts (from a tail tidy job) who would sell them. Can't find anything on eBay. Looks like the integrated would be a good option.

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@airjawed , have a look in the Customizing section, it's a well discussed topic on the forum.
Thanks Donsy,

I appreciate pointing me in the right direction.
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I could sell you my stock tail unit. PM me an offer if you're interested. I'll include lights and North American plate mount, all in excellent condition.
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I could sell you my stock tail unit. PM me an offer if you're interested. I'll include lights and North American plate mount, all in excellent condition.
PM sent.. hope Canadian dollar and plate are a good fit!
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I have one too if your other deal falls through.

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Hey everyone... new to MV but not new to cars and bikes.


I picked up a 2014 F3 800 EAS ABS and the previous owner has done a tail tidy with no turn signals. I would love to get the stock rear end back so that I'm not throwing rocks at riders behind me and also get my turn signals back. If you know anyone with all the bits to do that please let me know. I tried to search a bit and can't find those parts used on ebay. Maybe not looking correctly?


The other thing I thought of was to get some small turn signals and tuck them into the rear little side grills. It isn't the best in terms of cars seeing it but it would be the simplest/cheapest route and have something that helps riders following me know what I'm about to do.


Thanks in advance!
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Here are my blinkers.
Sorry fo double post...forum wouldn't let me edit my previous post.

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@Angelo-MV: When trying to edit a post, poke the "EDIT" button. When the new window opens, poke the "EDIT" button again. Make your changes then poke the "SAVE" button.

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Looks good... I PM'd you about selling your old ones.

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