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post #1 of 29 Old 07-14-2016, 12:17 PM Thread Starter
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Cool Integrated tailights

I have always like the clean look of not having a separate turn indicator hanging on the back of the bike, I just thought someone would be interested on combining your tailight and turn signal lights. I found these some on these website.

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Nice find! That will make the back-end look uber-slim and clean (until it rains and crud is thrown all over it). Have you installed this on your ride?

Having previously owned a Hayabusa, I have seen some of the guys do a GSXR-1000 tail swap, which, IMHO looked pretty **** fine (picture attached). When I first fell in love with my GSXS it was parked next to the new GSXR and I couldn't help but compare the two asses and wonder how she would look with a GSXR tail.

I also wondered whether the GSXR front end, with its BPF's might be open to fitting to the front of the GSXS, but that is another story that requires a lot more research...

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I have always like the clean look of not having a separate turn indicator hanging on the back of the bike, I just thought someone would be interested on combining your tailight and turn signal lights. I found these some on these website.

https://moto911.com/shop/dmp-led-tai...ar-tail-light/


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Nice find! That will make the back-end look uber-slim and clean (until it rains and crud is thrown all over it). Have you installed this on your ride?

Having previously owned a Hayabusa, I have seen some of the guys do a GSXR-1000 tail swap, which, IMHO looked pretty **** fine (picture attached). When I first fell in love with my GSXS it was parked next to the new GSXR and I couldn't help but compare the two asses and wonder how she would look with a GSXR tail.

I also wondered whether the GSXR front end, with its BPF's might be open to fitting to the front of the GSXS, but that is another story that requires a lot more research...
ive wondered / considered fitting a GSXR front end to the GSXS. I've owned 4 gixxer 750's and the wind protection was so much better. i have an "F" model
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I fitted the same intergrated rear lights to my gsx-s1000f last week (but the smoked version). I think they look great.

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I had a gen 2 busa and was planning to do gsxr1k tail until i lost interest. I will be buying the integrated tailights for my gsx as for rain not to worried about it i have other bikes to use for foul weather and where i live it always rains so it doesnt bother me too much.
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I was mainly after the big piston forks, which would require upper and lower triples to be transferred, so I believe, so I'd have to check steering head bearings and the like (as well as confirming any rake and trail differences between the two).

I reckon the fairing from a GSXR wouldn't be too hard to fit if you were reasonably handy. AS long as it phyisically fit around the frame, it would just be a case of fabricating soem custom mounts, eh?

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That looks mean as. Tidy too! I'm sold on the smoked.

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I fitted the same intergrated rear lights to my gsx-s1000f last week (but the smoked version). I think they look great.

And now i have a splash guard, it doesn't get dirty



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It looks good. I will pass on it because it's probably harder for cars to notice these turn signals than the stock ones.
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Depending where you live they are illegal, the uk has to have a minimum of 9 inches apart.

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I don't know why they didn't just design the turn signals as part of the tail like on the GSXR, it was such a nice streamlined look.

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