DMP Turn Signal - Long Arrow

$26.99 (10% off)
3.50 out of 5 stars
Black/Amber Lens
Black/Amber Lens
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DMP LED Marker Lights are designed to function with all 12-volt motorcycle electrical systems as a single filament type flashing unit.

  • Super bright LED's.
  • O.E.M. type wiring harnesses available (sold separately).
  • Sold in pairs.
  • Notes: No running lights. NOT DOT approved - for off-road use only.
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Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Location: Portsmouth, NH
Good lights for the money

Easy instal, good quality. Lights have an amber cover not clear with amber bulb as shown in the photo!

Overall 3 out of 5 stars
Top 500 Contributor Top 1000 Contributor
Location: Portland

Nice bright LED's. Be sure to buy an LED resistor(find em at your local auto parts store). LED's dont draw enough juice to kick the turn signal celenoid over so if you hook them up without a resitor they will just light up solid

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gattuso Over 5 years ago Location: portugal
How many inches have the flashers?
how many inches have the flashers quantos centimetros tem esse pisca
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 5 years ago Location: Portland, OR
About 3 inches, or 7.62 cm.
dgb43113 Over 7 years ago
Why dont they flash when i use my turn signal?
I hooked up the lights they came on.But no flash,flash for turn signal.
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago
Well, this could be due to a couple of different things. First off, you must make sure that you have the wires hooked up correctly (meaning these only come with 2 wires and your bike's stock lights may have come with 3 wires......if this is the case then you need to make sure that the running-light-wire isn't connected and that the signal and ground wires are connected to the new LED signals instead...... if you have the running light wire connected then the signals will always be solid, so you can simply disregard the running-wire and leave it discontinued). Secondly, if the wires are hooked up correctly and they still light up but don't flash, then you will need to get an LED flasher relay to essentially slow down the flash (this acts as a resistor and limits the rate of flash for the LED turn signals).
TheBeef Over 7 years ago
How would these bolt to factory turn signal location? Bolts look way to short. Would I need to get rid of the factory fender?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland
This is designed to fit universally on most factory fairings.
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