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You '93 Sporty has a turn signal cancelling unit that controls the turn signals. Could you be more specific as to what kind of help you need in wiring up the signals. If the turn signal unit has been removed from the bike, that unit alone cost somewhere in the vicinity of $150. Please contact me directly at wd4ity@bellsouth.net and maybe I can help you more.

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