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I just put a Yoshimura fender eliminator kit on my bike. I love it!! I decided to stick with the stock blinkers but I would love to change the to clear lenses. Anyone have a clue where I can find clear lenses that fit the stock blinkers?
 

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That's a great idea. I have the Yosh kit too (installed it today), and I like the way the stock blinkers fit, but would love to tone down the amber. On one of my (long gone) motorcycles, I found clear lenses, and blueish / chrome tint bulbs that actually lit amber, it looked really cool. I'd love to be able to do that with our stock blinkers.
 

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Hopefully we will hear something soon or someone will come up with the clear lenses. One of my local dealers is looking into it for me. I will report back if i hear anything at all.
 

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If I'm not mistaken, the European version (MT07) has the clear lenses on it stock. As Mike D stated, there are bulbs out there that are "silver" colored and light up amber in color.......I have a set of them on my 2008 Honda Civic because with the custom headlight housings that I bought for it (projectors and HIDs), I needed a silver colored bulb for the turn signals.

Maybe someone on here can hook up with a member from Europe/Australia/ and get some clear lenses ordered.......I'm guessing the shipping would be expensive though.
 

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I would be willing to do that. I believe the European light are actually small, although I have not confirmed this. Anyone know for sure?
 

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Hi, yes they are smaller. So if will have to replace the whole blinker, not just the lenses. Pretty much the same effort like switching to LEDs....
 

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Instead of even bothering with rear indicators, I'm going to spend the $80 and get the integrated tail light from motodynamics. Then, going to rip that ugly disgusting fender bullshit right off my bike, and bolt the fuckin plate directly to the bottom of the tail light assembly (using the original holes for the stupid fender thing) and give it a little bend. I have a friend who did the same thing to his R6, and it looks WAY more clean than even bothering getting an eliminator kit. Plus, Legal. So... Free, legal and awesome.
 
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