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Old 03-05-2013, 12:03 PM   #3651
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Originally Posted by Bighouse View Post
Cool thanks for the info Spud. So these would be dot approved even if there is no yellow blinker?
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Originally Posted by Ed@Ford View Post
Probably not...for example California has a minimum center-to-center distance on rear turn signals...I seem to recall 9"....at one time Baja Designs had all that stuff on their website, but I haven't been there for years
I agree with Ed. The integrated turn signals are probably not DOT approved. As always, I suggest you check with your local DMV and state police to see if the integrated turn signals are legal in your state.

I live in Idaho, where turn signals are not required for street-legal motorcycles. Therefore, the integrated turn signals are perfectly legal here. However, many states have more stringent laws than Idaho regarding motorcycle turn signals. In Idaho a motorcycle only needs a tail light, brake light, headlight, horn, and a single mirror to qualify for a license plate. For example, here are some photographs of my street-legal, Honda CRF250X.







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