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The Mo.Blaze Disc is a turn signal for use on the handlebar ends. Once installed, it blends in seamlessly with your bars so when swtiched off you'd hardly notice it was there. It features IntensiLED® technology which emits extremely bright light whilst being able to keep the size down. Like any other LED indicator, it can be operated with any Motogadget flasher relay. This is the right hand turn signal.

£89.99

Motogadget Mo-Blaze Disc Turn Signal - Black / Right

Motogadget Mo-Blaze Disc Turn Signal - Black / Right

Excl vat £74.99 Incl. Tax: £89.99
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If you are changing bulb indicators for LED indicators you will need to install a flasher relay. LED indicators will flash too fast to pass an MOT without one.
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Product Description Sku: 930325

The Mo.Blaze Disc is a turn signal for use on the handlebar ends. Once installed, it blends in seamlessly with your bars so when swtiched off you'd hardly notice it was there. It features IntensiLED® technology which emits extremely bright light whilst being able to keep the size down. Like any other LED indicator, it can be operated with any Motogadget flasher relay. This is the right hand turn signal.

  • Right hand turn signal
  • Delivered with rubber clamps for steel and aluminium bars (7/8" / 1")
  • 7 watt
  • Diameter 35mm, length 68mm
  • Connector cable (100cm)
  • Partial length outside handlbar 20mm
  • Weight 40gm
  • High performance LED technology
  • Barely visible on the bar ends when switched off
  • Please ensure you purchse both left and right for a full set
  • Service life of over 50,000 hours

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