Mister street fighter Alan (good friend) decides to put a Ducati 916 seat unit on his GSXR. I said “what’s that got to do with me?” “Well, I want you to turn the square back lights into round inset lights! Can you do it?” he said. “Of course, but you find the lights you want to fit!” “Deal.”
A few days later he turns up with the light housings. Now the work begins.
Turning the square holes into round ones was straight forward. Making the housing to mount the new lights on was not. It means welding plastic mounts into the seat unit that would take a plate with the lights on and come out with ease once on the bike, not fouling on the frame.
It all went surprisingly well; Alan was over the moon when it was finished. The only reservations I had was the red paint work on a blue and white paint scheme. Turns out Alan had a problem too with the paint work because the next time I saw the bike it was black with polished metal work. Now it looked really sexy!
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