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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 03-14-2018, 07:58 AM Thread Starter
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Hello from Spain

Hi,
I end up in your forum because I am desperate to find help.
I have a versys 650 2007 which I love!!!! more than anything
I bought a second hand set of plx447(for v35 bags) but they came without the parts to move the turn signals.
I can not find anywhere to see how to make them. Givi does not sell them seperately, and I do not know what I can do.
Perhaps my english is a little bit rush, please forgive me.
Could you help me out?
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Welcome, my 2008 had to have the turn signals moved. You can buy the extenders so the signal will be clear of the bags. sorry dont have a link for them but sure someone here will help you out.
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procycle.us has a turn signal relocation kit for really cheap, but I don't know if it will work for you.
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Thanks kiwi but there is not where to buy them :-(
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4v, I sent them and emails. Hope they can help me.
I will keep looking
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4v, I sent them and emails. Hope they can help me.
I will keep looking
Try this link. https://www.ebay.com.au/i/382327774882?rt=nc

It is Ebay Australia but you should be able to link via Ebay.com
And for a later model but surely must fit or be very easily adapted.
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aboard and post some pictures of your problem.

It may help to understand your problem much better and hopefully some help will come along.
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Procicle doesn't have anything that fits
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Brockie thanks. I saw that and talked to Givi. They told me that I can't use it either. :-(
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Another option might be to run little mini led signals instead of the big long ones. Also a cheap option, but you may need a resister so it doesn't flash fast.
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I contacted kappa and as expected they don't sell those parts either.
What should I look in that web?
On Monday will try to fix all together. Will see what we can do...
Still finding options ( I will get sack if I still looking the internet at the office)
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