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signal integrator...where?

where's the best place to buy a signal integrator for the tail light (or whatever it's proper name is)? save me some time searching please. this will be my winter project, unless i get cash sooner than that.


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Ebay is the cheapest.
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ebay or http://clearalternatives.com

Oh ya dont have to wait for winter, takes less than an hour to install
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ebay or http://clearalternatives.com

Oh ya dont have to wait for winter, takes less than an hour to install
Yeah, unless you have a manufacture that doesn't leave you enough extra wire to splice! I had to add 6" of wire to my friends blinkers up front because when we cut the wire, it got pulled back up towards the triple-tree and towards the motor. It was so annoying sitting there trying to get a hold of it with needlenose pliers.
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Yeah, unless you have a manufacture that doesn't leave you enough extra wire to splice! I had to add 6" of wire to my friends blinkers up front because when we cut the wire, it got pulled back up towards the triple-tree and towards the motor. It was so annoying sitting there trying to get a hold of it with needlenose pliers.
No extra wire needed on the CA lights. They provide plenty of wire.
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to answer my own question...i just snagged one from www.tobefast.com for only $69.99. that's cheaper than the CA one. hope it is just as good.

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idid mine custom with 2 relays!!!
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