Motogadget M-Pin turning signals


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  • #1351
    amonsalveg
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    Hi All,

    Finally yesterday I had time to install these into my svart, love the looks and installing them was relatively easy.After

    #1354
    JohnnyLightning
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    Oh, swweeet…those are freaking tiny!! I thought the Motogadgets were relatively larger than that. They’re so small, I’m assuming they don’t quite cover up both holes of the OEM signal exit.

    What material is the base made of…plastic/metal?

    #1375
    galavoxx
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    Yes! I did the same thing. Did you do the rear as well? I removed the giant half fender/plate holder and drilled the bodywork. I was reluctant but it looks way clean. I still need to grab some photos.

    #1376
    Macloven
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    galavoxx, please do post up pic’s and info about what u did. I’m getting parts ready to get rid of that abomination on the back wheel and the more ideas the better.

    #1377
    0micron
    Participant

    I bought some Motogadget M-Pin signals and have some electrical experience but would love to know what you all did to replace them. Does the headlight need to come off?

    #1378
    LazyTom
    Participant

    Did you have to have the resistors to prevent hyper-flash?

    #1382
    jerd
    Participant

    would love more info on this as well, so much nicer thsn stock lights

    #1474
    ge0rge_a
    Participant

    any news on use of a resistor to prevent hyper-flash?

    #1475
    Midnaite
    Participant

    the OEM turning signal are LED too, so you don’t need to add resistors, they are already mounted on the bike

    #1477
    ge0rge_a
    Participant

    thanks for that Midnaite

    #1481
    DAP831
    Participant

    The US models have halogen indicators, but do not require resistors when switching to LED. It must have an electronic flasher

    #1484
    LazyTom
    Participant

    Just got these put on my 401, no resistors needed. There is a small gap because of how small the indicators are, but I’m going to try to put something there to cover them. Otherwise they look great! Very minimal, just how this bike was meant to be.

    #1589
    amonsalveg
    Participant

    Hey Johnny,

     

    Sorry I didn’t reply sooner I was traveling. Those are 100% metal + glass

    #1590
    amonsalveg
    Participant

    I haven’t done the rear yet. I’m still trying to figure out the fender situation. Once I have sorted it out I’ll post.

    #1591
    amonsalveg
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    Hey Omni,

     

    Yes, the headlight needs to come off together with the gauge. There are 4 screws. Once you have the headlight down, the plastic part containing the headlights has like 9 screws (there’s one in the middle). Take everything off and the rest should be straight forward

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