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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-03-2005, 08:26 PM Thread Starter
 
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ducati superbike front signal integrator

does anyone know where you can get a front turn signal integrator for ducati superbikes...i saw one a while ago, it uses the parking/running lightbulbs on the inside of each headlamp for signals, just have to replace that bulb with an amber one. thanks in advance for any input
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Just keep checking eBay for the same thing on any bike that has piolt lights.
What modle Duc do you have, ST or Multistrada?

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i have a 998 and a monster S4, the 998 is the one i want to integrate the turn signals into the headlights on the front
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The 998 has the pilots in the middle. I cant imagen this being to effective as a true signal.
That being said. If you can find the bulbs. Just wire your existing signal wires to the pilot wires and Walla.

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The 998 has the pilots in the middle. I cant imagen this being to effective as a true signal.
That being said. If you can find the bulbs. Just wire your existing signal wires to the pilot wires and Walla.
i was thinking that would work too but have yet to find a wiring diagram and havent looked first hand at the wiring yet either, in VA it will pass inspection and the bike is really just a toy for daytime twisties, the s4 gets more all around action, cant handle sitting in the same position on the plywood 998 seat
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Shouldn't be that hard... only 3 wires for parking and blinking!




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i was thinking that would work too but have yet to find a wiring diagram and havent looked first hand at the wiring yet either, in VA it will pass inspection and the bike is really just a toy for daytime twisties, the s4 gets more all around action, cant handle sitting in the same position on the plywood 998 seat
Been there done that except, I had a 998 and a M900 at the same time.
There is a clause that says your signals have to be so far apart in most states. The integrated tail signals aren't legal either.

Now that I have that covered.
Would you be interested in buying a integrator kit for the tail light?
I never used it.

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Been there done that except, I had a 998 and a M900 at the same time.
There is a clause that says your signals have to be so far apart in most states. The integrated tail signals aren't legal either.

Now that I have that covered.
Would you be interested in buying a integrator kit for the tail light?
I never used it.
if only i hadnt already bought one i would gladly buy it from you....i just sold a 2000 M900...one the best bikes i have ever owned and NEVER had any trouble with it
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Shouldn't be that hard... only 3 wires for parking and blinking!
Just two wires on the blinkers (no park) and I'm sure there is on two wires on the pilots. Just find the + & - on both and connect.

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if only i hadnt already bought one i would gladly buy it from you....i just sold a 2000 M900...one the best bikes i have ever owned and NEVER had any trouble with it
I will have another one day. Most likely the S4R or what ever is out when the time comes. As far as a Super Bike, I don't think I will ever get another.

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Just two wires on the blinkers (no park) and I'm sure there is on two wires on the pilots. Just find the + & - on both and connect.
i'll order the bulbs this week and shoot a picture once i get it working...thanks for the info
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Just two wires on the blinkers (no park) and I'm sure there is on two wires on the pilots. Just find the + & - on both and connect.
That should just make it easier!




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That should just make it easier!
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