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post #31 of 38 (permalink) Old 04-15-2018, 01:08 PM
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It ended up not being a problem and all had to do was buy two new different size bolts .. . I got a M12 , 50mm fine thread (1.25 pitch) and just re bolted it minus the arm .
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What methodology did you follow to alter the wiring for the new blinker/plate light?

Were you able to ensure that the rear mud guard and associated wiring remains available for replacement back to stock configuration if needed?

I really like the look of this set up but have already noticed a few chips in the silver rear sub frame even with the factory mud guard in place and am wondering if I can circumvent further chips by applying a 3M protective layer similar to what is used on autos.. Guess I should remember not to take the TVL on graded dirt mountain passes...
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The hole may be the same depth, and probably is, but the bolt is significantly longer on those bikes that use that point as a mounting for the rear splash guard.
Well: the reference of the bolts is actually the same for all 3 cylinders (wether they have the license plate holder or not). My conclusion is that the same bolt is used in all the cases. If the hole is the same depth (which is likely to be the case), the original bolt can be used.

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Others have been down this path, you need shorter bolts.

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Yes as I said you need 50mm bolts or make up a spacer so you can use the original bolts
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What methodology did you follow to alter the wiring for the new blinker/plate light?

Were you able to ensure that the rear mud guard and associated wiring remains available for replacement back to stock configuration if needed?
The original wiring I pulled back and re routed to the top and its a perfect length I then got some connectors I cut off an old loom and attached to my new wires ..So I have not had to touch the original wiring and it can go back to normal if required ..
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I've been through 4 indicators in 2 years, MV really need to get their QA sorted. I purchased a R&G tail tidy and indicators. £120 + 90 mins to fit. Alan at Cupar motorcycles fitted it for me and did a fantastic job. Apparently there were a few issues with cable lengths and some re working was required plus resistors. Pictures attached.

It really looks good compared to the original and it's a lot lighter.
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@alantomkins: I am now curious, were these pictures posted before or after the other set of the same?
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