Vespa GTS Super GTV 125-300cc ('14-) SIP LED Indicators with Running Lights
Product Code: BD16768
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SIP LED Indicator kits with integrated LED running lights and EU approval, available with either smoked or clear lenses. These upgraded indicators also raise your level of passive safety in the daylight hours.
For Vespa GTS/GTS Super/GTV 125-300ccm ('14-)
- incl. bulbs
- indicator socket: LED
- with LED marker lights
- with e-pass
as an extremely attractive accessory
The indicators can be fitted 'plug & play' with no modifications necessary. With the soldered resistors a spearate flasher relay is not neccessary.
To simplify their installation even further we have the kits available to fit each specific model, so remember to include the scooters model and year of manufacture when ordering as each model has slightly different wiring loom connections.
- Vespa GTS/GTS Super/GTV/GT60/GT/GT L 125-300cc (`03-`13)
- Vespa GTS/GTS Super/GTV 125-300cc (`14-)
SIP – TIP : Why not complete the lighting update with a suitable LED rear light (#TLGT002S)?
The front indicators can be easily replaced in the GTS models from 2014, for the previous models (until 2013) we supply special adapter cables. They are used to connect the wiring loom and to connect the position lights e.g. with the parking light cable.
The rear indicators are supplied with suitable adapter cables for all models in order to be able to connect the position lights to the wiring loom (at the rear light).
Video Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2LWrVFV5z0