If you have a bike that’s affordable, stylish, and dependable, you also need equipment with those same traits. In other words, you need Yoshimura’s Turn Signal Mounting Plates for the Honda Grom. These mounting plates are some of the best cheap motorcycle parts on the market.
A Winning DesignDon’t just ride; ride in style. The plates are black and have a sharp, sophisticated look. They were carefully crafted to fit the 2018, 2019, and 2020 Honda Grom models. You’ll know the plates will be a perfect fit on your bike before you even open the package because each plate is cut with a laser to fit genuine Honda motorcycle parts. These Yoshimura plates will give your bike a smooth and aerodynamic style while still allowing your turn signal to be easily spotted by other drivers. You may also like the Best Motorcycle Covers (Reviews) in 2020.
Product DetailsThe Yoshimura Turn Signal Mounting Plates are made in the United States from only the finest materials. The process begins with a 6061 aluminum alloy that then goes through the Type II anodizing process so the mounting plates do not corrode. Forget the bulkiness — each plate weighs just one pound and is only six inches wide, six inches long, and a little over two inches tall. You can use the plates with aftermarket turn signals that are either five-sixteenths of an inch or three-eighths of an inch.
Mounting Plate AssemblyBefore you begin assembling the brackets and wiring your turn signals, always check the laws in your area to ensure that your turn signals and the way you install them are legal. Also, be sure that the turn signals are not in the path of the exhaust pipe emissions because those emissions can cause the signals to work improperly. Here are four different ways you can install the mounting plates.
- Down-and-installation is when plates are mounted vertically with the wide parts that hold the turn signals on the bottom and facing in toward the bike.
- Down-and-out installation is similar to the down-and-in type except that the wide parts of the place face outward away from the bike.
- Up-and-in installation is when the plates are mounted vertically with the wide parts on the top and facing in toward the bike.
- Up-and-out installation is the same as up-and-in, but with this type, the wide parts of the plate face outward away from the bike.