Lockhart Phillips Stinger LED Turn Signal

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Fragile

had a couple pairs of these, i like the looks alot. thats why i bought the second pair after i broke the first pair just by walking around my bike in the garage and my leg hitting it. the same thing happend to the second pair. maybe i need a bigger garage but ill buy a more sturdy, aluminum pair of turn signals next..

sv650dude
Lancaster PA
Not quite perfect

These signals surely the job done and if you are focused on the "looks" more than the function than go ahead and buy them.

Functionally they are not as bright as they could/should be for riding on a sunny day, but in any shade, or on an overcast day they are plenty visible.

They did pass a PA inspection here on my sv650s.

Physically they are a tough set too, the plastic is very hard and strong so long as you don't smash it too much. :)

Schlussel2
Tacoma, WA
I don't like these

The initial problem with these was the wires being too short. As if the wiring bundle isn't busy enough in the back end, it's now compounded by having the added extensions to make up for the wiring being too short on the units. Crisis averted until...

After the install, my daughter and I went for a short ride and she said that she could hardly see the lights when I was indicating my turns (daylight hours). This was the last thing I wanted or expected. I thought that LED lighting was suppose to be superior to standard lighting. Hmmm.

On a positive note, these lights are practically invisible on the bike and they look quite cool especially given the fact that I paired them with the front flush-mounts.

Motoman51
Warriors Mark, Pa
They Look Cool

They look cool I got the clear ones (they flash amber) They were simple to install but I had to cut my wires they didn't plug in. It would be nice if they included the female end for on the stock wire for a proper fit. You can get them at any auto parts store but for a few cent's they cost LOCKHART PHILLIPS should have included them.

Moz4mopar
San Antonio, TX
Money well spent!

Over all good blinker, fits good. The only problem I encountered is they need a flasher relay to run all four blinkers at once.

Swany
Great signals

I bought these for my fender elim kit on my 2008 sv650.

They look great, and are very sturdy. They are very bright and visible at night, but i have some doubts during bright days for drivers behind.

Black plastic seems somewhat cheap and edges might be a little rough, but for the money, they look great and work awesome.

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k12ltcdodrt
Location: milwaukee
Q: LED headlight and Tailight?
Over 6 years ago
1997 Honda XR650L. Do you have these? Thx John
patrick77
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 6 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: These are not bike specific. We have both the clear and the amber in stock.
k12ltcdodrt
Location: milwaukee
Q: 1997 Honda XR650L?
Over 6 years ago
what LED turn signals do you have to fit my honda? Do you have matching headlight and tailights? I want to switch out all the bulking stock signals and lights. Need help or advise Thanks
patrick77
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 6 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: After market signals are universal fit. Which basically means you need to make it work. Your bike has stalk signals on it now, I'd pick the ones you like and swap them out. Should be as simple as that.
nate14
Q: Do these lights fit on a Suzuki sv650s without splicing the wires?
Over 7 years ago
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
A: Most likely you will have to splice into your wires.
Nighthawk
Q: Will these fit on any bike? I have 1993 Honda Nighthawk CB 750?
Over 7 years ago
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 7 years ago Location: P+RTLAND
A: These are a universal turn signal so they should fit pretty much anything. You just have to already have your bike wired for signals.
icemanwithdumbas
Q: How do these lights install on the fairing?
Over 8 years ago
would i have to buy a separate mount so i would be able to install on a 2004 honda cbr 1000rr and would i have to buy an adapter to connect the wiring to the stock connector without splcing the wires , also would i have to buy a resister to slow down the blinking on them
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: All you will need for installation is the turn signal it's self and the turn signal spacer. You will have to splice into your existing wires.
Z1Kstuntman
Location: L.A.
Q: Does the clear lens flash amber?
Over 8 years ago
patd
Top 25 Contributor
Over 8 years ago
A: Clear lens will flash amber
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