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PostPosted: Sat Apr 04, 2009 9:48 pm 
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ive ordered theses and they have arrived but i was expecting the bulbs to be all glass with wire contact either side
but these ones have a plastic bottom half with with wire contact
are they right/wrong ????
will they fit


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LED's have a plastic peice rather than glass. they should fit fine.

you can only try them.


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My RF 600 -95 had those T5 bulbs in the meters. 2x in the rev, 2x in the speedo and 1x temp. Warning lights are T10. Don't know if there's differencies between 600's and 900's.
I replaced those meter lights with red inverted T5 leds but not quite satisfied with brightness, maybe cause they're inverted.


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whats the least i need to strip to get to the back of clocks ???


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there is sod all room behind it mate! so it depends on how much you want to fiddle and get frustrated! i was behind mine today and it was a ***** to do what i needed to!


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Any chance of some pics of the different coloured clocks? I am undecided wether to go for it or not. I'm thinking red to match bike but blue sounds amazing!


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when i install the lights i shall take some pics .... ;)


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shandy wrote:
Any chance of some pics of the different coloured clocks? I am undecided wether to go for it or not. I'm thinking red to match bike but blue sounds amazing!


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Cool!


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suzukib wrote:
there is sod all room behind it mate! so it depends on how much you want to fiddle and get frustrated! i was behind mine today and it was a ***** to do what i needed to!


This is so true, My bulb had gone in my temp guage...what a nightmare to get at, and that seems to be the easiest one to replace, whilst I had the screen and the black plastic off I had a look at getting the bulbs out of the other 2 clocks, it seems to me that it might be best to unscrew the clocks pull them out and fit the 2 bulbs per clock? Unless anyone knows the ways of the dark side..al I can say is let the force be with you cause you'll need it.


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