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Seeking online source for Euro MT-07 turn signals/indicators

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Donimo
Anyone know where to get some of the genuine european LED turn signals?
 
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Guest August BB
I could be mistaken but the oem eu signals aren't LED. If you're looking for a place that sells them, can't help you, but a few people including guru have just asked people on the various MT07 forums for their scraps when they replaced theirs.

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etorty
You are right, August BB, the eu stock signals are standard, with bulbs!
Anyway I can understand all of you, in U.S., about of your oem signals... with the eu type, the MT/FZ-07 looks better, for me..

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mjh937
I do not know why Yamaha uses the cantaloupes in North America. The European ones look so much better. Fortunately I think my LED ones look even better than the European (I may be slightly biased though).

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The Euro OEM accessory versions are LED. Not redily available here in the states but I found an ebay'er from Australia where I ordered mine. It still requires some cutting and soldering unless you are ok with crimped connections. They come with resisters but I just picked up a LED specific flasher module which was plug and play for simplicity.
You also lose the DRL function of the front "lopes" (no 3rd wire on the LED's) which with a constantly burning headlight I don't feel I lost any visibility. They are quite compact and handsome and are wildly brighter.
Here is a crappy video I did of the completed job.
My ebay source... http://www.ebay.com/itm/301356375912

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Donimo
I do not know why Yamaha uses the cantaloupes in North America. The European ones look so much better. Fortunately I think my LED ones look even better than the European (I may be slightly biased though).
MJH - can you point me at the LED ones that you use?  Do they have 3-wire daytime running capability? 
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mjh937
I bought these ones. If you want to keep the stock flash rate you will also need an electronic flasher relay. I could not find any LED signals with the DRL's so I decided to do without them. You can see photos of the results in my avatar and in my gallery. 

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ilie1977
I got mine from Canada. Part# YME-W0789-00-00
Www.YamahaGenuineParts.com it's about $197 front and rear . it came off mt07 Moto cage.
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rowdy
Did you use the same part for front and rear? (I noticed it as listed as rear only).

Why can't left turners see us?

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ilie1977
Did you use the same part for front and rear? (I noticed it as listed as rear only).
I bought and use two set of rear turn signal. Front parking light is not functional.

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fooschnickens
I definitely like the looks of these better. Wish there were a 3-wire version available for the front. People aren't the most attentive here, and any extra light (especially at night) would be greatly appreciated.
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Donimo
Seems they might now be called Blinker Genie  -  "Formerly called Magic Blinker".
 
 
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fooschnickens
I'm glad they have a wiring diagram for those because I was kinda confused with it having one wire on one end and three on the other haha. Certainly looks like a great bit to have, especially with the plethora of 2-wire aftermarket lights out there compared to 3-wire. Looks like my list of conversion parts continues to grow lol.

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rowdy
I have been looking for a similar 3 wire solution here in Canada as we have daytime running lights on our front blinkers. I found this yesterday and wonder if it may be best. Just need add some ends to make it plug and play.  
http://tripageled.com/store/index.php?route=product/product&keyword=electronic&category_id=0&product_id=210

Looks like a reasonable solution to me. 

Why can't left turners see us?

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tejascruzer
In case anyone's still interested, I just bought two sets here a few weeks ago: http://yamabits.co.uk/yamaha-led-flashers-indicators.html Yamabits had the best price I could find at the time and the total with shipping was $162.45. They are two-wire LED signals so they won't work as running lights without some re-wiring. I used the TST Industries signal plug converters and flasher relay to make them plug-n-play and called it a day; wasn't too concerned with turning them into running lights but I may change my mind later. I did do some cutting and soldering on the fronts to remove a lot of the extra wiring. Between the signal and the TST plug converters there's a ton of extra wiring to try packing behind the headlight; with cutting and soldering I was able to get everything to just a couple inches longer than the stock signals making it easy to re-pack. They're super bright, in fact, I turned the flashers on in my garage with all the lights off and they hurt my eyes from about 10 feet away.
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ogri
Seems they might now be called Blinker Genie  -  "Formerly called Magic Blinker". 
 
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Big thanks! 
The reason why my blinkers project was still in my "wish list", because of DRL. I tried to find schema how to utilize relay to invert flashing of LED blinkers. This "Blinker Genie" is small enough to hide behind front light assembly. I'll definitely give a try to replace my orange pumpkins.

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