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Old Jun 10th 2012, 07:56 PM   #1
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Rear turn signals

I've been trying to search this with no luck...

So, my bike comes in next week and I'm already planning the mods I want done. One of them is to replace the rear turn signals with the stupid orange bulb to led turn signals. I haven't been able to find any company that makes them for the 1199. Does anyone know of any manufacturers or are they not out yet?

I know Ducati sells a led turn signal kit. I've been told is universal but it doesn't show up on their website. Any insight?

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Old Jun 10th 2012, 08:02 PM   #2
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Search for the Euro LED signal kit. It's available. I'm going to get some Rizomas myself. They're LED , and look bad-ass !
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Old Jun 10th 2012, 08:03 PM   #3
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I've already changed mine. I ordered the factory led lights that come on the uk bikes.
They bolted on and flash normal. They are half the size of the USA ones.
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Old Jun 10th 2012, 08:19 PM   #4
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I've already changed mine. I ordered the factory led lights that come on the uk bikes.
They bolted on and flash normal. They are half the size of the USA ones.
Very nice. That was the option I was hoping for to be honest. I'm not a huge fan of the Rizomas. Where did you order from?
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Old Jun 11th 2012, 04:24 AM   #5
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Can anyone show a pic of the UK ones and where we can order them from?
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Old Jun 11th 2012, 04:57 AM   #6
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I ordered mine right from my USA dealer. They can look up the part numbers or if you need them I can get them. They are plug and play. I didn't take a picture yet, And the bike is at the dealer now with swingarm problem. :-(
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I ordered mine right from my USA dealer. They can look up the part numbers or if you need them I can get them. They are plug and play. I didn't take a picture yet, And the bike is at the dealer now with swingarm problem. :-(
Yes please. And how much did you pay?
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Old Jun 11th 2012, 09:42 AM   #8
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Here's the part numbers. 53010282a and 53010292a they had a list price of $43.00 each, I don't have my receipt in front of me but I think I paid around $37.00
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Here's the part numbers. 53010282a and 53010292a they had a list price of $43.00 each, I don't have my receipt in front of me but I think I paid around $37.00
Thanks for this! I really appreciate it.

So, no resistors needed or anything then? If you could snap a pic when you get your bike back that would be great.

On a side note I saw some Barracuda LED turn indicators that look great but the websites talk about adding resistors as well. I'm electronically challenged so does anyone know how to do this or what that means?
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I'm sorry I didn't take pictures when I did it. Then an hour later I drove by dealer to show them my swingarm, and that's where it sits. The lights from Ducati are plug and play. Resistor must be built in. I've seen better looking or more trick turn signals but I wanted a factory look. The installation was super easy. You need to loosen the four screws on underside of plate bracket. Then you need to remove rear seat and there are four screws that need to be removed to lower tag bracket to gain access to wires.
Two of those are very easy. The other two you will need a Allen that's long enough to get to screws I used a T Handle type. There are to small holes next to seat latch that allow access. Wish I had my bike here I post a few pics.
Total install time about 30 minutes
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