Multifunction indicators on Street cup

pfracisc

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I just recently purchased the Triumph rear multifunction indicator set P/N A983046 & matching front set P/N A983046 for my Street cup. The front set is straight forward plug & play but the rear set has 5 wires coming out of the indicator housings. I know that these are intended for the Bobber but I was wondering if anyone has had success installing these on a Street twin/cup and if so how did you go about wiring them in? I have searched the internet and cannot seem to find the answers I'm looking for. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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I doubt that anyone here has done this mod, but maybe it was done and just not mentioned here.
Let's hope somebody has an answer.
 

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My guess is that the five wires are tail light, brake light, left turn, right turn , and ground. You will need to determine which wire does what with the indicator set. Then you will need a wiring diagram of your twin and splice the inidicator wires the aprropriate ires in the twins wiring harness. If you don't have a shop manual with wiring diagram, you might can get the info from your dealer. The hard way is to use a mulimeter with probes.To splicw you can purchase splicing connectors which simply clamp two wears together without soldering.
 

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Thank you guys for the input. I have all the required tools to do the job, I was just seeing if anyone knew of any easier way. I shall post what I come up with & pictures as soon as I tackle this task this weekend.
 

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Looking forward to seeing how you do it. TUP
 
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