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post #1 of 9 Old 05-28-2016, 05:29 AM Thread Starter
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added accessories GSX-S1000F

thought id post a few pics of the accessories I added this week.

1.front turn signals - Rizoma ($102 for pair)

2. Fender Eliminator - Ebay (39.99 included rear LED blinkers)

3. bar end mirrors - Rizoma Spy-R ($134 each and worth it)
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Is that a Powerbronze screen?
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Nope it's the stock OEM screen that I had vinyl wrapped with a glossy black
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It looks very nice, but bruh..that tank pad crooked a bit :/
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Hi, can you do a close up of the screen - was thinking of getting mine wrapped but wasn't sure how it would turn out
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I spray painted the BACKSIDE of my screen with Plasti-dip flat black. Looks great, shiny from the front and flat black to the rear. And if I don't like it the Plasti-dip peels right off. Any color will work of course.
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Nope it's the stock OEM screen that I had vinyl wrapped with a glossy black
Why didn't I think of that!

2016 Red/Black GSX-S1000F.

2015 BMW 1200GS
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are those rear turn signals the clear LED with amber tip?
did you splice the old ones or use connectors? also did you need anything special for the LED? or just plug & play?

front flashers are pretty cool
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I spray painted the BACKSIDE of my screen with Plasti-dip flat black. Looks great, shiny from the front and flat black to the rear. And if I don't like it the Plasti-dip peels right off. Any color will work of course.
Update -- I went to remove the Plasti-Dip so I could do a polish on the backside and repaint. Boo hoo, the Plasti Dip has made it self permanent to the windscreen. Good thing that I like the looks

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