Is it time to remove those stock beanstalk turn signals on your Yamaha motorcycle? Upgrade your R6 or R1 with a pair of Protons flush mount signals. These little but powerful creations of art can be programmed to flash at different rates or speed or rhythms. No more getting stuck with flash flashing or load resistors. Designed to bolt right up t0 the fairings without any modifications. We also offer these for your Yamaha R3, FZ1, and FZ6R. Simple installation and are designed to last because these signals are built in the USA. Your purchase includes left and right side signals. Get yours now.
Now 500 lumens bright per side! That's 20-50 times brighter than those cheap Chinese LED signals. Our brightest Protons ever. 3 year manufacture warranty
These signals can be programmed within seconds to flash one of these blinking rates as shown below:
Each signal has 12 individual LED's built right in.
Included hardware with this purchase:
Proton SUPER bright LED turn signals operate as running lights aswell.
These signals have a very strong "Bolt on" installation and there are no modifications to the fairing required. No drilling holes or messing with double sided tape to mount the super signals.
*The fit is perfect. Durable and dependable.
*Proton flush mounts are CNC machined from a solid block of UV stabilized, impact resistant acrylic.
*Will not scratch or break and will never burn out.
*Protons provide complete waterproofing and immunity to dirt, oil, dust and grime.
*Includes a 3 YEAR manufactures limited warranty.
*Functions as a running light and programmable turn signal
*Internally balanced for correct blink speed regardless of load
*Full reverse-hookup and overvoltage protection
*No cutting required to install - custom fit for your bike
*Easily visible from the front, rear and side
*Purchase includes left and right side Proton LED signals with mounting hardware
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Product Q & A (1)
Are the yzf r6 and the r6 light the same for a 2002
1 year ago
Posted by Johan
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1 year ago
Posted by Staff
Yes, these are the same bikes, but note the YZF600 is not the same
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