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February 7th, 2013, 05:06 AM   #31
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Not gonna wait for BG... In Canada, Ontario anyway but I'm pretty sure B.C. is the same, a custom/rebuilt bike does not need to have turn signals to pass a safety test - that's why they teach you friggin' hand signals at driver's ed! After racing it for five years I put my RZ350 back on the road in '92 and all it needed for safety (to be street legal) was head and tail lights and a licence plate!!
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February 8th, 2013, 08:54 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by BJ.C View Post
Anna made it on to BikeExif !! A friend of mine took some photos this week and he sent them around a bit. Ended up there.


I do have a question, though. It says you have only had it off the road for three days - but I can't see any indicators or brake light - don't need them up your way?
Thank you !!

She's got them, they're just really small led's 1"x1/4". The brake/turn signals on the back are just above the license plate and the front signals are semi frenched in beside either headlight.

We do have to have to have them in BC custom or no but lots of guys run without them. I am shocked however that there is no safety test for custom bikes here, this province is the nanniest of nanny states.

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February 25th, 2013, 03:07 AM   #33
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The UK doesn't even require lights, apart from a brake light! Obviously you have to be back in the grage before dark
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