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    Senior Member Point37's Avatar
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    was just poking around to see if this has been done before and it has...figured it was worth it to repost/migrate the info over to the new forum...



    ZETA has a nice setup but expensive...

    http://www.zeta-racing.com/handguard...her/index.html



    ...but you could also make a set with the ZETA flashers yourself on any set of hand guards...

    https://tw200forum.com/forums/59960/ShowPost.aspx

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    Tusk makes a nice set that I have on my bike, they work great and are much cheaper
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    Quote Originally Posted by operose View Post
    Tusk makes a nice set that I have on my bike, they work great and are much cheaper


    nice!...just poked around and the tusk's come with hand guards and shields for a fraction of the price of the zeta's setup



    http://www.langstonracing.com/catalo...bmitfrm=Search



    http://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p/...h-Turn-Signals

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    I bought these...



    http://www.ebay.com/itm/360633380325



    They LEDs are nice and bright. I bought aftermarket turn signals...



    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Motorcycle-L...5c40f9&vxp=mtr



    I wired the hand guards to the running light wire. They are always on get some pretty good attention. You cant not notice them!

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    Some of my fellow riders and myself have hand guards and shields made by "Highway Dirt Bikes." http://www.highwaydirtbikes.com/HDB_...lay&ref=splash

    Their hand guards are indestructible. I've got a set on my WR250R and love them, including the duck away mirrors. I recommend you look into this web site and you will find lots of ideas for modifying handlebar setup and dash board, including LED blinker setup and lots of switches.

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    MIlitary Grade too. Nice. Anyone want a TDub guinny pig I will volunteer my bike for hand guard testing.
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