Fitting indicators to Ariel arrow

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Re: Fitting indicators to Ariel arrow

Postby Dennis.rose » Wed Feb 28, 2018 3:50 pm

Ha ha very good , :lol: did you notice how light the traffic was , and with the risk of sounding like an old bloke , there were better drivers in those days , funny video though :lol:

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Re: Fitting indicators to Ariel arrow

Postby Dennis.rose » Wed Feb 28, 2018 3:55 pm

I think it would be good to see updated videos like that ,(without the arm signals) in my city the death and accident rates on motorcycles is horrendous , they don't bother to look , and ride faster than there skills are.

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Re: Fitting indicators to Ariel arrow

Postby pauldridge » Sat Mar 02, 2019 5:25 pm

I found my turn signal kit at http://www.bmikarts.com (USA) for just $25 us. Part number Hd6v. It includes all metal chrome plated front/rear lights, flasher unit, and handlebar switch, and comes with 6v components. Very pleased with the quality. I used the rear license plate holes to mount the supplied brackets on my SQ 4 MK II. Looks like it could have come from the factory! I haven't yet decided how/where to mount front signals.
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