turn signals / indicators

discussion about the 750 Sport and '89/'90 900SS, which share many mechanicals with the Paso series
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I`ve been looking for some info and found the following. This is just a basis for someone else to follow up on and verify.

The indicators are two pieces. Body and socket.
The indicator lens should have the marking "CEV 291" or "296" on it. It`s the same as the RP 180 lens from BOSATTA. (http://www.bosatta.it/prodotto/rp-180/)
The indicator body is used on numerous bikes with varying sockets.

Aprilia ETX 50-125-350-600
Aprilia Tuareg 50 & 350
Benelli & Garelli Atala
Moto Guzzi Targa 750 - Le Mans 1000 - California III 1000 - SP 750 - GT 1000 - V65 Florida - Strada 750-1000
Gilera 125 RX 125 Enduro
Malaguti Fifty (the blinkers seem to be identical to the Ducati ones / 2nd pic below)
and others

part numbers are:
GUZZI 23750670 (chrome body) - 30750610
DUCATI 067599400
GARELLI 5107616501
MALAGUTI 01900600/700 (long socket)
APRILIA 82.12.032/264/342
LAVERDA 76.119.264

The correct body/socket combination corresponding to DUCATI 067599400 seems to be FR3B on this page and they are apparently still available.
http://www.nonsolofrecce.com/index.php? ... gory_id=14

Bergamaschi lists them as F100947700 CEV on p.3. At the end of the catalog there`s a list of all bikes and parts available. The Malaguti Fifty is listed the Sport is not. However to me those parts look the same.
https://app.box.com/s/lcpv3sqsspiavam79xol5xuretpgm7f3

I don`t have a Sport so I`m not following up or digging further into this.

Btw some similar aftermarket parts don`t look so bad and are probably cheaper.

G.
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They look promising....
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I sent them a email yesterday to ask if they are available to order and if so how to order, nothing as yet, but ill keep the forum informed.
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It's looking like a no, two emails and no replys..
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2004 ST4S
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A bit pricey though, especially after you have added shipping charges.
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Good to know they are available.
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Stein Dinse doesn`t have them, they can only preorder them.
I have sent an email to the company in Italy (writing in italian) a while ago but did get no reply either.
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paso750 wrote:Stein Dinse doesn`t have them, they can only preorder them.
I have sent an email to the company in Italy (writing in italian) a while ago but did get no reply either.


Same here re: A email translated to Italian and still no reply, I have pre ordered from Stein Dinse so will wait and see if anything meterialises?
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I ordered mine from Stein Dinse and they shipped them promptly.
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