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Instead of buying some expensive "kit" for turn signals, I liked a different light style than the common 3/4" round bullet lights. On Ebay, The turn signal assy and blinker relay was only $16. The Assy has green indication lights showing that L/R turn signals are activated, a 10 pack of sleek lights was only $15. Some speaker wire was used for power. $10 Momentary horn switch was mounted in the center console.

I added mirrors and an $20 automotive loud horn from a Dodge Ram truck (I didn't want a tinny bleap bleap motorcycle can-style disk horn).

Now Just need to get it inspected at the local Kawi dealer with a form, and then off to the Dept of Licensing and I'll be street legal.





 

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Instead of buying some expensive "kit" for turn signals, I liked a different light style than the common 3/4" round bullet lights. On Ebay, The turn signal assy and blinker relay was only $16. The Assy has green indication lights showing that L/R turn signals are activated, a 10 pack of sleek lights was only $15. Some speaker wire was used for power. $10 Momentary horn switch was mounted in the center console.

I added mirrors and an $20 automotive loud horn from a Dodge Ram truck (I didn't want a tinny bleap bleap motorcycle can-style disk horn).

Now Just need to get it inspected at the local Kawi dealer with a form, and then off to the Dept of Licensing and I'll be street legal.





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For my tail plate light, I just cut off the orange lens from one of my amber turn signal LED's, as I bought a 10 pack. Perfect horizontal flat spot right above the plate. Simple 2 foot wire loom to the ACC rear wire bullet connectors. I'm also soldering and heat shrink all connections. Do it right, do it once.
 

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I've got ~$75 in parts, and maybe 6 hours of labor pulling wire, mounting lights/horn, and soldering everything. The 10 pack of LED lights worked out great

Your Time is priceless.........plus I learned tons about my machine with it open for surgery.


Added my OEM front sport bumper today, along with the warning sign "Beware of Attack Pig" for those weak prey I run into and eat on the trail.


 

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My 2015 trex I bought parts and did it myself. I still spent around $100 total. Next on new T4 I did Tusk kit, works pretty well. KRX I bought Ryco kit. $$ yes but easy install, less potential failure points and works very well. All are great options depending on your skills and budget. I do like Ryco best.
 
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