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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-06-2007, 05:08 PM Thread Starter
 
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Non-stock SV front turn signals

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the rear fender has to go. The delete pan that I found has LED turn signals grafted in, so the fronts have to go.
I looked on line and found 2 basic styles. Super flush mounted made specifically for the SVís but they donít look like you would be able to see them at all from the front.
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Universal 'bubble' signals that look like they would be visible from the front but donít look very quality and arenít made specifically for the sv's so Im worried about fitment.

What type of flush fronts or low profile signals are you all using and how do you like them?

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 05-06-2007, 05:31 PM
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How much money do you want to spend? The Watsen Designs turn signals get rave reviews, but they're spendy. I have stock signals on my SV.

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What color sv do you have? I have a used pair of candy blue watsen's that have OEM connectors and resistors on them already, that I am selling. They are awesome.

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What color sv do you have? I have a used pair of candy blue watsen's that have OEM connectors and resistors on them already, that I am selling. They are awesome.
email me info and pics
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color dosent matter to me, Iv got a pint of touch up paint and a spray gun doing nothing.
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email me info and pics
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color dosent matter to me, Iv got a pint of touch up paint and a spray gun doing nothing.
Color is a problem, you can't really get the LEDs out of these things the way it is all glued together on the inside. You would have to be extremely careful not to paint em. They are small little b**tards.

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Color is a problem, you can't really get the LEDs out of these things the way it is all glued together on the inside. You would have to be extremely careful not to paint em. They are small little b**tards.
post up pics or email em.
I donít mean to blow my self but Iím good with paint.
Iíve got this stuff called liquid mask. its basically liquid latex. I brush it on, and let it dry. You keep doing that with about 6 good coats and let it set for a good two days. Then you can take an exacto blade and cut away all the stuff you want painted leaving behind just the masked off portions.
The best part about the stuff is because it was painted on there is no way you will get bleed under like you would masking tape or electrical tape.
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don't know if this is the right color, but here is a pic of the watsen flushies off of their website

http://www.watsendesign.com/Suzuki_P...VGrandBlue.JPG

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they make the one i posted in a strap on version
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don't know if this is the right color, but here is a pic of the watsen flushies off of their website

http://www.watsendesign.com/Suzuki_P...VGrandBlue.JPG
That's them, it may take me awhile to get pics. My girl has the camera.

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That's them, it may take me awhile to get pics. My girl has the camera.
No need. Iím all in on those.
Just shoot me over a price to my email and we can work things out from there.
Those are bad A and they look like they have enough forward shine to be visible from the front.
I likes them.
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