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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 12-15-2009, 10:55 PM
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Fortunately, AZ doesn't have a safety inspection, but the county I live in is the ONLY place in the entire country that emissions tests motorcycles. My Vulcan still passes with all the emissions crap removed. They passed a new law last year doing away with motorcycle emissions testing, but it requires federal EPA approval, which hasn't happened yet.


AZ doesn't require them either, as arm signals are legal here. So they can't ticket you for using arm signals, but they can ticket you if you are using illegal turn signal lights, which basically means lights that are not DOT approved, and/or are too close together. Jerry.

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Does anyone have any idea if it would be legal to move my turn signals up on to the sissy bar? I've been thinking of relocating my rear flashers to get them out of the way of my saddlebags opening, and thought a strip of amber LEDs up either side of the sissy bar might look cool and be close to a cagers eye level too
I wonder if you could shape the LED strip into arrow shapes, ie. <>, on the back of the toolbox, or higher if you have an extended sissybar. This would be similar to those you see in the mirrors of some new pick-up trucks, etc.

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^ Great idea IMO. They should really get some attention too...
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