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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-14-2018, 10:21 AM Thread Starter
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Replacement CNC LED indicators

Has anyone been tempted by these new indicators by CNC racing? Given that the original indicators protrude through the silver plastic cowl on the front of my Brutale 800RR, would these little replacements leave an unfilled hole. If anyone has photos of these new ones in place I'd be grateful.
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Because of the way the original signals mount, there would e a hole left over.

I suppose you could find or make a cover for that hole.


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The US model is 100% not compatible and you have to get rid of the spacer altogether. However, if you have the EU model, I believe the spacer would work just fine. Mine looks like:

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probably not the best setup since there is a visible hole there. but good enough for now. I think I'm going to order the official EU parts. not sure how though
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I saw these on FleaBay.... they maybe a better fit.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/2Pairs-Moto...AAAOSwbc5ap06p

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I bought the CNC indicators that I was originally enquiring about at the start of this thread but I ended up returning them in exchange for the indicator-only version from the same manufacturer (i.e. without running lights and brake lights).

The wiring was simpler, although that's because I ended up buying these:
to make the wiring job easier.

The then left me with an extra hole as described by silentservice703 above. I managed to obtain a blanking plug and it now looks like the attached image.

In conclusion:

* The end result looks good if you like tiny turn indicators.
* The product is well made.
* They are no brighter than the original bulb indicators. I put that down to the fact that there are about half a dozen tiny orange LEDs but there is no lens to magnify the light or reflectors to increase the area - which would obviously make them bigger and that defeats the object of tiny indicators.
* You'd need to factor in the extra cost or hassle of acquiring load indicators (if you are replacing a bulb type indicator); connectors (as above) for easy fitting to existing turn connector; washers; heat shrink wire covers to protect the very thin wires; blanking plug to cover holes.
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CNC racing have some blanking plates avilable. Not sure how well they work.

https://www.cncracing.com/en/mv-agus...ters-1552.html

I almost got the CNC racing indicators but decided not to as i think they look way too small and a bit odd when mounted on the existing indicator spacer used for the stock indicators.

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