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Yeah, thought about it a few times, is it easy?
Well the way I did it was to cut down the original stalks down to the base and also cut off the bit at back of stalk and then you can simply screw in an 8mm threaded indicator. Pic shows the back of stalk still present but needs to be cut off if you want to avoid drilling the hole on bike out. 8mm indicator thread screws in securely and wont come loose. I kept original wires intact and just added the correct spade connector on the new indicator wiring. Not hard just time consuming. The indies where only 5 quid each off ebay...
 

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I too hated those ugly long stalks so I ended up making my own ;)
6mm the "rear" mounting hole
8mm is the "front" hole for the cables/stalk on the indicator body

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Edit: look inside the indicator (faston connectors used by Ducati, just unplug them)
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I want these!!
Where can I purchase these from? and do I have to snip any wires?
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I too hated those ugly long stalks so I ended up making my own ;)
6mm the "rear" mounting hole
8mm is the "front" hole for the cables/stalk on the indicator body

View attachment 11433

Edit: look inside the indicator (faston connectors used by Ducati, just unplug them)
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Well the way I did it was to cut down the original stalks down to the base and also cut off the bit at back of stalk and then you can simply screw in an 8mm threaded indicator. Pic shows the back of stalk still present but needs to be cut off if you want to avoid drilling the hole on bike out. 8mm indicator thread screws in securely and wont come loose. I kept original wires intact and just added the correct spade connector on the new indicator wiring. Not hard just time consuming. The indies where only 5 quid each off ebay...
Nice, thanks for the advice, look tons better than std.
 

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I want these!!
Where can I purchase these from? and do I have to snip any wires?
Hi, no problem just PM me :)
No wire cutting needed, just open the OEM light, unplug wires and connect them with mine (matching color)
Heat shrink, with glue inside to protect the joint, bolts and washers, all that you need comes with the delivery ;)
 

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Hi, no problem just PM me :)
No wire cutting needed, just open the OEM light, unplug wires and connect them with mine (matching color)
Heat shrink, with glue inside to protect the joint, bolts and washers, all that you need comes with the delivery ;)
wow those indicators are awesome! how much are you selling them for?


the sport fairing looks great btw OP didn't know they did it in another colour!
 

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wow those indicators are awesome! how much are you selling them for?


the sport fairing looks great btw OP didn't know they did it in another colour!
Sorry Armo for hijacking your thread, I should probably make my own somwhere else:

Icon mods + my indicators

Looks like sprayed OEM fairing with yellow stripe maybe? :) it looks better than the yellow one IMO
 

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Bought a decal from Germany in Matt black but was a bitch to fit! So looking at hydro graphics next maybe Matt black carbon.
 

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hi, how did you paint the fairing on matt black?
Hi, my friend owns a spray shop so I gave the parts to him, he says the only difference when spraying plastic is the primer. He matched the black with the side panels.
 
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