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post #1 of 7 Old 04-25-2005, 12:47 PM Thread Starter
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Question on taping up...

If I have Greggs Flushmount turn signals and the Eurobikes Undertail, which has turn signals, can I just tape over them when I go to the track? Or do I have to completely remove them?

With my current Shock Racing signals and CompWerkes eliminator, I believe I'd had to remove them all.

Since I'll be using my 1kRR for a few track sessions, I'd like to limit the removal/work I have to do to prep it until I get a track bike or another set of skins.

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If I have Greggs Flushmount turn signals and the Eurobikes Undertail, which has turn signals, can I just tape over them when I go to the track? Or do I have to completely remove them?

With my current Shock Racing signals and CompWerkes eliminator, I believe I'd had to remove them all.

Since I'll be using my 1kRR for a few track sessions, I'd like to limit the removal/work I have to do to prep it until I get a track bike or another set of skins.
you can just tape over any of them

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I would remove the greggs flushmounts. Ten minutes of work could save you a hundred bucks.

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I would remove the greggs flushmounts. Ten minutes of work could save you a hundred bucks.
If you go down hard enough to damage the Gregg's, a hundred bucks is not going to make a whole lot of difference.

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I'm hoping the frame sliders I have installed would help save from such expenses.

I know it's probably best to remove any set of signals completely. But until I get a set of trackskins for this bike or another bike strictly for track, I'm willing to throw the dice. I want to get track time sooner than later. So if taping over the flushmounts and eurotails are doable, then that's what I'll do. Cause everything I've read mentions removing the signals, which is what I would expect to do if I had ones that poke out.

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it only takes four screws to remove undertail, I'd say just take it off, what do you need it on the track for anyways, unless you hard wired the signals, I'm only saying that cuz I've cut the harness off the old lights and am using those to connect the undertail to the main harness

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