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post #1 of 53 (permalink) Old 04-03-2009, 04:53 PM Thread Starter
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Turn indicators made of carbon fibers

I can say, that you can see for the first time in the world, turn indicators made of CF in original shape for F4/Brutale.
Well, at least I haven't found them anywhere.

I was thinking what to do with original ones, but I don't like any aftermarket ones either(they are all plain ugly for me).

I got one today from a guy that makes them. There are minor modifications needed to fit them perfectly, but all in all, they look good. Lenses, bulb and fitting are from original one. I haven't managed to get pic fitted on the bike, but I will post them probably next week, when I get all of them, so I can swap them all.







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post #2 of 53 (permalink) Old 04-03-2009, 05:18 PM
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those.....are bloody sweet. And they are available to me how? *grin*

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Very nice, I'm afraid to ask the price. Will they be manufacturing these for sale?

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I'm not interested in any of the aftermarket offerings, I'm ok with the shape and size of the stockers...but I like CF and those are very sharp, count me in!

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Let me know the cost and/or contact details.
Are they sold as in the pics? I prefer to use my bulbs/lenses/wiring. I suppose this will cut the cost.
If they are reasonably priced, I will buy a set (4) for my Brute.
Nice stuff !
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So why can't he make something more pleasing on the eyes , There are plenty of better looking turn signals that he can copy in carbon fiber !!! I m positive market will be there for CF turn signals.
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sweeeeet put me on the list
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Very nice Miha..

Let us all know more info when you get a chance..

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They treat heroin addiction by swopping the sufferer to methadone.

Wonder what they wean those with "CF Frenzy" onto??

Rubber?

Billet Aluminum?

Magnesium?

Titanium?

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These would look sick painted red, but leaving two carbon fiber "racing stripes" down the middle.
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