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:Group Buy: SV signal indicator removal kit!

Ok I am starting up a group buy on the SV650/SV1000 to get rid of the stalks altogether for the S boys and for you naked riders, you can get rid of the rear ones.

For the rear, clear alternatives taillight integrator available in smoke and clear. This guy has offered a 20% discount on his ebay price if we can get 5 people together. Only problem is he will only ship to one address. Shipping from me to you will be extra.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...3ARTQ%3AUS%3A1

For you S boys, watsen design paint matched front flush indicators, checkout www.watsendesign.com to see them.

Here is the deal I got on that.
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Here are the payment details:


I do different Paypal accounts and also accept moey orders and cashiers checks via mail, PM me for that information. Here is the Payment info..



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1.) money order/ cashiers check/ USPS money order $98.50
2.) PAYPAL WITH CREDIT/DEBIT CARD $102.50 to matthew120(at)centurytel(dot)net
3.) PAYPAL payment WITH OUT credit/debit card $98.5 mmchenry(at)rewarner(dot)com


EVERY where outside the USA

1.)$99
2.)$102.50
3.)$99

International shipping is actually a little less (cents) than domestic.

I can also send by 1st class in the USA, but it could take up to a week versus Priority in 2 to 3 days. I could work case by case to adjust the price
to reflect the different price and shipping.

I only order once I receive all the payments. I have to order at least 6 sets at a time to keep shipping cost down to me.

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post #2 of 42 (permalink) Old 06-28-2006, 09:43 AM
 
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You need include R1 in this so he can get rid of those big azzed ugly signals on that bike...



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Excellent SV buy! I will pass this along to a friend of mine.

I have one of the R1 integrated tail lights. It worked great. I removed it when I sold the bike, 2004 model. It sits in my garage gathering dust. If anyone is interested, let me know. It cleans up the back end of any sportbike nicely!

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Excellent SV buy! I will pass this along to a friend of mine.

I have one of the R1 integrated tail lights. It worked great. I removed it when I sold the bike, 2004 model. It sits in my garage gathering dust. If anyone is interested, let me know. It cleans up the back end of any sportbike nicely!

http://www.customdynamics.com/Images/04R1_ani.gif
That thing looks nice. My concern would be visability.



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I'm interested in the rear integrator!

What solutions are there for the fronts on a naked? I was thinking about these...

http://www.competitionwerkes.com/cat...ii_1092857.htm

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Are you planning on sticking with the Hamicad fender eliminator when you install the integrator?

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Are you planning on sticking with the Hamicad fender eliminator when you install the integrator?
Yeah I am sticking with it. You? I don't really like the look of putting it on the swingarm and I don't like the idea of mounting it on the bottom of the tail or on the battery box. As far as what you got to choose from on a naked for the front, I would suggest a short stalk LED arrow. I don't think a flush mount would good, but I could be wrong.

Including you j, I got another from svrider. So we only need two more to make an order. We will be saving like $17, but it will take probably about $4 for me to ship it to you guys hopefully.

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Yeah, I just figured I'd stick with it. I don't know how I'm going to like the look of the blinker hangers just sticking out there with nothing on them.

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but it will take probably about $4 for me to ship it to you guys hopefully.
You need to get the dominions, weight of each individual package and if they will come to you individually packed and bundled in one box. Then you can get an accurate estimate on shipping.

I almost got hosed with a similar deal on my Ducati forum. Everything came in one box wrapped in bubble wrap. I had to buy boxes to ship individually. PITA and coast extra too.

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http://www.cyclegear.com/spgm.cfm?L1...=&item=MRX_LA1

These might be a good option for the front, jtemple. Get the real short stalks and then you would have clear LED lights in front and rear. These don't come with resistors though, so you would have to pull out a multimeter and test what size you would need.

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We got a fourth person for the integrator. Just need one more to group buy.

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Any idea how well those aftermarket stalks mount up to the factory holes? You did it already, I figured you'd be the guy to ask.

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Any idea how well those aftermarket stalks mount up to the factory holes? You did it already, I figured you'd be the guy to ask.
Take off one of your signals and take a picture of the hole.

We got 5 btw, I will let you know how to pay as soon as I talk to the seller.

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How much are they going for on Ebay? Clear Alternatives is a local shop out here and I got my integrater for 75 bucks. Proly around five bucks for shipping anywhere in the states. If anyone wants to go through me, let me know. Just kick me 10 bucks for gas money.
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How much are they going for on Ebay? Clear Alternatives is a local shop out here and I got my integrater for 75 bucks. Proly around five bucks for shipping anywhere in the states. If anyone wants to go through me, let me know. Just kick me 10 bucks for gas money.
Probably under $70 shipped.

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Probably under $70 shipped.
That's a great deal. Just throwing it out there for people.
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jtemple, what option do you like I am going to take a vote. Option 1 would probably only save 3-5 dollars after I shipped it to you. So I think we just go with option 2 and everyone gets theres directly from the seller.

READ THIS: Also you have a choice of smoke or clear lens. So make a decision and leave that in this thread.

Option 1: 20% discount
Ship all taillights to one location and one payment, so I can save on shipping costs and drop ship fees.
Minimum of 5 taillights at $67.96 ea. (U.S. address only)

Option 2: 10% discount
Ship to individual addresses but only one payment.
Minimum of 5 taillights at $76.46 ea. (U.S. address only)

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Well, since you're the one that would have to deal with them with option #1. I say let you pick. It doesn't matter to me at all.

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