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I've been looking around and I can't seem to find any plug and play flush mount lights anywhere. Do they even exists? Or will I have to splice and dice? Please steer me in the right direction. In case this information already exists on the forum, then I appologize. I did a search and nothing came up
 

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haha, i was just telling my friend this. That I wish companys would make a kit that just plugs into the stock wire connector so you dont have to re-wire the new stuff to work(wiring is what i suck at the most)

The only kit ive seen thats plug and play is the factory yamaha fender eliminator kit, but it still uses all the stock turn signals which are big and mehh
 

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I ended up ordering the Hotbodies flush mounts. They come with the splice clips, which makes it much easier then splicing wires by hand. Just clip on and everything is cool.

Plus I ordered the CW fender eliminator. Figured that I should stick with the tested out company. :)

Just got the bike today.. and the modding has already begun :toocool:
 

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D2 moto has them but they arent the brightest in the world, plug and play.
 

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I ended up ordering the Hotbodies flush mounts. They come with the splice clips, which makes it much easier then splicing wires by hand. Just clip on and everything is cool.
Plus I ordered the CW fender eliminator. Figured that I should stick with the tested out company. :)

Just got the bike today.. and the modding has already begun :toocool:
I installed the Hot Bodies as well...the quick splice clips were crap though and would make connection all the time. I got tired or wiggling the wires and redid the connections with male/female spade disconnect ends. I would recommend the same if you have the time.
 

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Just go to the auto store and get male plugs the same size. They crimp on easily and your all set. Doesnt change stock lights and costs $1
 
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