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Turn signals are direct OEM replacement. Components shown are sold separately.
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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
1991 Honda CB250
from Southern, NH
Comments about BikeMaster Turn Signal:
After some quick shopping around the BikeBandit prices were by far the best. I wasn't sure what to expect for a match with my 20 year old bike and sure enough they were perfect.
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from Dallas, Oregon
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fit like stock looks like stock
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Perfect fit! Looks Just Like The Orginal
My Bike is A 1981 And To Be Able to Still Get Great Replacement Parts For it,Is Awsome!!
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Not exactly OEM
from Anchorage, Alaska
I bought my wife a '77 CB750A Hondamatic that had a Vetter Windjammer fairing, but she wanted the bike returned to stock. So, I bought these BikeMaster turn signals to mount on the headlight brackets that I managed to find elsewhere.That was a mistake. I should have gone OEM.The turn signals *look* exactly like the OEM turn signals -- five stars for appearances. However, the OEM turn signals have 3 wires per signal; these have only 2 (hot and ground), and no instructions to say which of the three factory wires these should be connected to. After buying a Clymer manual with a color wiring diagram -- and some trial and error, as well -- I figured it out, but "direct replacement?" Not.Next, the bulbs that were included in the BikeMaster turn signals were obviously a different wattage/resistance than the bulbs in the OEM signals. Whereas the turn signals in the Vetter fairing blinked at the rate you would expect, the BikeMaster turn signals would turn on for about a full second, blink off for maybe a quarter of a second, then back on for a full second, etc. They worked better when I swapped the bulbs in the Vetter fairing with the bulbs in the BikeMaster turn signal, but again, I had to find a work-around for a "direct replacement" that wasn't, grrr.If you are really hurting for a cosmetic replacement for OEM turn signals, these will suffice, but quite honestly, I'd try to find NOS -- or even used -- OEM signals rather than buy these turn signals again. The OEM ones may be more expensive, but in my opinion, these turn signals were a disappointment.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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