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Proton Flush Mount Turn Signal Problems - September 4, 2010, 04:33 PM

I have had these signals on my CBR1000rr now for about 2 years, and I noticed that while out riding yesterday, they are now barely illuminating. My rears work fine (they are stock). but I have no Running lights up front (not sure if I am supposed to), and the signals, while still flashing...are almost unoticeable in daylight, and hard to see at night.

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September 4, 2010, 06:29 PM

Update:

I pulled the faring, and connected up the old signals which seem to work just fine. My guess, the Protons died on me. Lets see if the company stands by their claim of lifetime led's...


This demonstrates how stupid the average American is. Every ninety minutes someone in this country is hit by a train. A train, Okay? Trains are on tracks; they can't come and get you. They can't surprise you when you step off a curb. You have to go to them! Got that?

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