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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-15-2013, 01:13 AM Thread Starter
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Hello from Spokane

Currently own a 09' V-Star 950 and have done quite a bit of work to it. I'm incredibly happy with the performance of the bike and love the cosmetics except for one nasty feature of the bike...the turn signals. I have already replaced the rears with an integrated tail/break light. Has anyone had any success with a front turn signal mod?
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Welcome Chandonkulus. Nice ride tou have there. Must be real fast to . I'm sure someone will be along and offer advice on the turn signal issue you have. Try posting your question itn 950 forum also.

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welcome to the forum Chad. that is a clean looking ride! thanks for sharing a pic.

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Re: Hello from Spokane

Hello from Springfield. Are you located in MO or WA?

As for the front signals I'm sure bevo will be along to show his. It's like an led strip that wraps around each fork.

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Thanks wheels. I'm pretty happy how everything turned out. Tbiker I'm in WA.
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looks good. my 950 is an '09 as well. here's what i did with my front turn signals:






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Looks awesome bevo are those just led strips then? Did you just fab your own replacement headlight bracket then?
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answered your v star thread. they are from custom dynamics. i cut off the ends of the factory bracket to make it work


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Welcome to the Wonderful forum.

Thats a Great looking ride. Please tell us more about the rear turnsignals.. I have been looking for something like this for my Stratoliner.

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