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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-01-2007, 09:09 PM Thread Starter
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Installed Proton Flush Mount Front Signals Today

Turned out really nice... Very visible from all angles, VERY bright, water tight, internal flase rate regulation, running lights maintained... real quality product. I did some wiring work on the flushies themselves to add a yamaha connector so no stock wiring on the bike would need to be messed with.

These pictures don't do them justice...
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Lemme know what ya'll think... bike is starting to look pretty nice IMO
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looks good! how about a close-up...

when you turn your bike on, does it return the favor?



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looks good! how about a close-up...
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Protons are nice, I put mine on about two weeks ago now.


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looks good.

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Lookin very good, that bike is clean!

Only other mods I'd do if it were mine would be removing the rear hugger and painting the muffler black or even possibly a color matched red to the other red accents.
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looks good! how about a close-up...
I'll get a couple more pics tomorrow or somethin'... it's tough to get a close up that does them justice. I'm very happy with them on all counts.
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Lookin very good, that bike is clean!

Only other mods I'd do if it were mine would be removing the rear hugger and painting the muffler black or even possibly a color matched red to the other red accents.
... you mean removing the hugger entirely? I suppose that could be done... might add a lot more pebble damage to the undertail area though?
As far as the exhaust I eventually want to go with a carbon fiber setup, will look ... but I would need to wait until I have enough money for a full system and PCIII... on my bike a slip-on does nothing for power, loses low end torque, and doesn't sound much different...
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