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BD's Sual Sport Kit

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Anyone have problems with the rear turn signals on the kit? My right rear seems to rub on the number plate. I thought of using a spacer to move the signal more rearward, but then it ends up resting on top of my Yosh slip-on. As I bought a new rear fender for the installation, I was thinking of mounting the signals to the steel bracket that holds the forward part of the tail-light assembly on. The signals would be canted upward, but out of harms way. Any other ideas?

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I've got the same problem with mine...but after I get my "brake & lamp" inspection, I'm going to flush mounts...that way they are REALLY tucked in out of the way even though not totally legal. It will also give me two spares for the front

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Most dealers can do it. Also Service Stations that have those State of CA Gold Shield inspection signs can sign it off. As a last resort goto your local Police Dept as they can sign it off too.

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I have a pipe that would not let me use the brackets that came with the kit. I drilled holes on the side of the rear fender as far forward as I could and mounted through those holes. It seems to be holding up well.

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Did you all require purchasing the actual "brake and lamp" certificates? Or just fill out the forms that are included with the BD kit?

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I filled out the Statement of Facts that came with the BD kit and had a police officer friend of mine sign off on them. The lady at the DMV who did the registration said that I could not have a police officer sign off on the Statement of Facts. She tried to find where it stated it in the DMV bible and was unable to. As a result, she said that she would go ahead and do it :) I don’t know if I got lucky or if it can be done like that.

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