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Camel Tail tidy and blinkers

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jetdr21

I know several have it and I am wondering about blinkers.  What are you using??  I`m looking at the Cyclops..

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sidslaw

I went with the motogadget since I had them left over from an older build.  Cheap amazon set on the back though

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Gekkdroid

Went with Proton 500 in the front and Rizoma in the rear.

 

 

 

 

 

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Gekkdroid

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cstatman

im a HUGE fan of Tuff-lites for my enduros - have ordered a set for the T7 - whenever the T7 chooses to arrive...  
 

 

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zak

I just recently installed the camel fender eliminator and cyclops multi function blinkers. I love the fact that you can tie the rear blinkers into the brake light. It activates in red when the brakes are applied. Anything that helps me be seen is a plus. They are also very thin, so the aesthetics are great.

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husky123
10 hours ago, zak said:

I just recently installed the camel fender eliminator and cyclops multi function blinkers. I love the fact that you can tie the rear blinkers into the brake light. It activates in red when the brakes are applied. Anything that helps me be seen is a plus. They are also very thin, so the aesthetics are great.

Me too!

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Limey
2 hours ago, husky123 said:

Me too!

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Did you drill and tap your swing arm for those bobbins ?

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husky123
2 minutes ago, Limey said:

Did you drill and tap your swing arm for those bobbins ?

No, they’re these that I picked up from Amazon.  Keep it mind though, they do me no good if I have to take the rear wheel off. For that, I flip my doohickeys around on my rear wheel stand and grab the bottom of the swingarm. 
 

 

 

 

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roy826

Camel tail tidy does look great with cyclops signals. But I’m gonna hold off on the tail tidy. Already have the cyclops signals which were a major upgrade. I just don’t like all the mud it’ll have up on me and my tail bag with the camel tail tidy or any tail tidy. I did remove the stupid US metal reflector bs and just drilled my tag into the plastic fender way better. 

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roy826
6 hours ago, Limey said:

Did you drill and tap your swing arm for those bobbins ?

Love the tire! More information please. Your bike looks great btw. And yea I know about the axle prop things got burned on that with a grom lol 

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Limey
47 minutes ago, roy826 said:

Love the tire! More information please. Your bike looks great btw. And yea I know about the axle prop things got burned on that with a grom lol 

Wrong person.

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