Speedmetal Turn Signal Wire Harnesses
In the olden days, installing aftermarket turn signals required harvesting the wire connectors off of your OEM turn signals to splice them into your aftermarket signals. These are those connectors. You still need to do a little splicin' but you don't need to hack up your OEM signals.
- Plugs into OEM turn signal wire harnesses
- Splices into aftermarket turn signals
- Sold in pairs
Note: Wiring up a bike with front and rear turn signals requires ordering two pairs of connectors.
PROS: Prevented Splicing Wires, Insulated Good Quality, Fit Up With OEM Wiring, Great price
CONS: Not Perfect Fit One Side, Took Time To Fit Up
Easy to connect to signals, wrong connection to the bike (it's the "right" one for Yamaha). Had to shave down top and sides of connector with dremel to get it to fit (plastic would hit third prong on connector from bike).
It does work, but shouldn't have had to dremel the thing. Needed to wrap with electrical tape to make sure they stay connected.
It works and it's cheap, but if you have an 05 R6, be prepared to hack it.
PROS: Insulated wires, Easy connect to blinker
CONS: Had to cut, Wrong connector to bike
Good product...highly recommended
PROS: Time saver
PROS: Good Length, They work, price
PROS: Quick "plug And Play"
that this is an item that you find needed immediately. Theres nothing worse
than being stuck with something preventing you getting from A to B like a faulty signal. Having to order basic parts is annoying and another shop I was going to
purchase these at cost almost twice as much.
|Product Style||Item #||Manufacturer Product #||Availability|
|Yamaha||1128818||489401||In Stock: Requires 1-2 business days of lead time prior to shipment|
|Suzuki||1128819||489402||In Stock: Requires 1-2 business days of lead time prior to shipment|
|Honda/Kawasaki||1128820||497850||In Stock: Requires 1-2 business days of lead time prior to shipment|