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Anyone find that the indicator push-disengage isn't very "clicky" ?

On my R3 there's definite movement and a soft-medium "click" when i disengage the indicator, on the 400 i often don't feel a click and have to look to make sure the indicator is off.

Did I ride a 400 with a dodgy indicator or is this common throughout ?

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Anyone find that the indicator push-disengage isn't very "clicky" ?

On my R3 there's definite movement and a soft-medium "click" when i disengage the indicator, on the 400 i often don't feel a click and have to look to make sure the indicator is off.

Did I ride a 400 with a dodgy indicator or is this common throughout ?

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Common on Kawasaki.
 

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Yeah, for the last few weeks with my thicker winter gloves on, it's easy to either miss the cancel, or hit both. Whoops.
That's exactly what happens to me sometimes, and those sometimes are always when I'm riding two-up. I hear a cackle of laughter from the wife and get a dig in the ribs. Sheesh.. :rolleyes:

I'm sure that **** horn button is too close to the indicator switch!!
 
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