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Old 03-21-2013, 05:58 PM
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Angry Integrated Tail light and blinkers, Legal or not?

Can anyone tell me if the integrated tail light and blinkers are a legal mod in south australia?
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Old 03-22-2013, 03:47 PM
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Is there some sort of public holiday in Oz?
Where are they all?
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Old 03-24-2013, 05:59 AM
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Probably not legal in SA, if you have such a piece of kit going spare, firstly post a photo of what you've got and then 'Enry and I will take a look at it and advise you from there.
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Old 03-25-2013, 03:39 PM
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NO that's not it Miss S.
Tk and I are after one of those rather purposeful 750 rear light lenses made for the Japanese home market CBRs. (Did this come from another thread TK?)
To be honest the links you put up would give me nightmares, certainly not a warm sense of smugness, (albeit somewhat cheesy).
I mean seriously, would you actually feel happy having your **** lit up by a one size fits all, perspex fitishist's **** fantasies?
If the answer is yes then please lie to me.

Sorry, I digressed. So you haven't got a rear light that TK and I can do handbags at dawn over? 20 paces and all that.....
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No they arent the replacement units I want, I just couldn't find pics of the one I 'WAS' looking at so I posted those links just to give you some idea of what I wanted to fit to get rid of the original number plate and indicator assembly that "hangs" of the back of my 2012 CBR1000RR.

I "REALLY ONLY" wanted to know if you could legally mod that part of my bike in my state, last thing I need is more hassles with the police/nanny state, rofl.

Its hard enough to keep my license with the power of this bike without doing demerits over a fargin' defect notice.

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