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Evening one and all,

I've recently bought an SCR 950 and have been enjoying both the bike and the postings found here. I'm looking forward to reading, writing and riding on into the future with you all.

Here's where I'm at with my SCR. Not sure why everything's flipped.

All the best
 

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No fabrication necessary for that one. I just moved the rear signals to a pre-existing hole above the back end of the side cover where the frame joins and supports the seat. I measured the previous holes on that big clustery fender mount that had been bugging me, drilled out the holes to match and then just used the stock hardware and rubber to re-mount them. Finally applied a mini grinder to cut the ears off the taillight mount to finish the job. I don't doubt there are much slicker ways to go at this but it was a relatively simple job and remedied the issue for me.
 

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No fabrication necessary for that one. I just moved the rear signals to a pre-existing hole above the back end of the side cover where the frame joins and supports the seat. I measured the previous holes on that big clustery fender mount that had been bugging me, drilled out the holes to match and then just used the stock hardware and rubber to re-mount them. Finally applied a mini grinder to cut the ears off the taillight mount to finish the job. I don't doubt there are much slicker ways to go at this but it was a relatively simple job and remedied the issue for me.
HOOCHEE MAMA!!!! Now that boy knows how to giterdun! It's refreshing to see another SCR owner not afraid to cut on a new bike. I like the placement of the turn signals. Kinda where they should have been from the factory. Well done! jevers
 

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I like the placement of the turn signals. Kinda where they should have been from the factory. Well done! jevers
I agree Jay, and I would be moving my turn signals to that location in the morning but I already used those holes in the frame for my rack.
 

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No fabrication necessary for that one. I just moved the rear signals to a pre-existing hole above the back end of the side cover where the frame joins and supports the seat. I measured the previous holes on that big clustery fender mount that had been bugging me, drilled out the holes to match and then just used the stock hardware and rubber to re-mount them. Finally applied a mini grinder to cut the ears off the taillight mount to finish the job. I don't doubt there are much slicker ways to go at this but it was a relatively simple job and remedied the issue for me.

You cut my favorite bracket …
I removed it, I think Yamaha is the worlds best bracket maker just from the ones they made for this bike.
 
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