Up to the late 1960's British bikes did not have indicators, but with the
competition from Japan they started to fit them. If you want to retrofit them,
it is an easy enough task to undertake. The parts are readily available from you
local bike shop or a wiring specialist such as Vehicle
You can buy a wiring kit, but they usually only supply a
coil of wire in one colour.
Use the proper coloured coded wires, rather than just one colour.
It makes the job and future maintenance easier.
Always run a full earth back to
the battery or wiring loom from each of the indicator units.
Fit indicator units with a flexible mount, otherwise you
will be continually replacing bulbs and tightening nuts due to vibration.
Note: If you fit indicators, you need to make sure they are working when you go for
an MOT. The fact that they were not fitted originally does not exclude them from
4 x Indicator (Preferably Flexi-mount)
1 x Direction Indicator Unit (Flasher Unit) 6 or 12 volt.
1 x Indicator Switch (Can also incorporate horn button)
1 x Indicator Warning Light