Plug n Play Retro Front Turn Signal Kit

Plug n Play Retro Front Turn Signal Kit
Complete pre-assembled plug ‘n play kit for Street Twin that allows for quick and easy replacement of front turn signals.

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The Plug n Play Front Turn Signal Kit for Street Twin and 2016 Thruxton makes replacing your bike’s front turn signals faster and easier than ever before. Available exclusively from British Customs, the Plug n Play Retro Turn Signal Kit is a complete pre-assembled "plug ‘n play" kit that allows you to quickly and easily replace the obnoxious dog ears that came stock on your bike. Complete with smoked-out retro turn signals, relocation brackets, and quick connect wire harnesses, this kit allows you to personalize your bike’s front end by bringing the front turn signals in tighter to the front forks for a clean, custom look. The quick connect harness just needs to be plugged into the factory turn signal harness, eliminating the need for splicing and soldering, and the relocation brackets don’t require you to modify your forks. To finish customizing your lighting, install the Plug n Play Retro Rear Turn Signal kit, available as a shock mount option OR direct factory replacement.


  • Complete pre-assembled kit for replacing and relocating front turn signals for a clean, custom look
  • Includes smoked retro turn signals with black housing
  • Plug ‘n play wire harness connects directly and easily with the stock wire harness
  • Brings turn signals in tighter to front forks without requiring splicing or modification to the forks
  • Black billet aluminum relocation brackets for durability and weight savings
  • Made in USA
This part fits the following models
Triumph Bonneville T120 - 2016
Triumph Street Twin - 2016
Triumph Thruxton 1200 R - 2016
*Refer to Description in event of VIN specific fitment
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Compatible with the Thruxton R? And is there an LED version?
That is correct and we will be working on more kits. LED's typically require resistors due to the fast-blinking rate so please be sure to keep checking back or sign up for our newsletter to get the latest update.
Customer Support answered on September 6, 2016
Is there a turn signal relocate bar for these lights? I have a street twin and wanted to place the lights directly beneath the headlamp
Currently we only have brackets for installing them in the factory location, but we are developing a front turn signal relocation kit. But if you sign up for our newsletter, you will be notified as soon as new products for your bike are released:
Customer Support answered on November 25, 2016
I would like these signals, but with amber lenses, are those available for these?
We may have some amber lenses available which we can swap out for an additional price; please give us a call at (877) 999-2748 if you would like to proceed.
Customer Support answered on September 12, 2016
Will this part fit a Thruxton R?
Correct: This front turn signal kit is compatible with the Thruxton 1200.
Customer Support answered on August 28, 2016
Is the housing on the lights also billet aluminum like the supports? Second question, works with 2016 T120?
The body of these signals are aluminum although they are not billet and it is compatible with the 2016 T120
Customer Support answered on September 25, 2016
What type of bulbs does kit use.
Great question ! The bulbs are a single filament 12V 23W
Customer Support answered on July 18, 2016
Would these also be for the rear as well?
This kit is specifically for the front but we do have the rear version. Here are the part numbers which you can plug into the search bar which will bring up the two different kits depending on location:

Customer Support answered on September 5, 2016
Which wires to connect? Bike has black and white. Part has red wire and the other is mostly black with white line running the length of the wire.
Great question ! Black wire w/ white on the harness would go on the solid black line on the bike while the black wire with the red sheathe would go with the green wire on the bike.
Customer Support answered on July 24, 2016