Triumph TT600 Integrator Kit Installation Procedure

I have always hated the look of the enormous rear mud flap on the Triumph TT600. I don't mind the turn signals as much but I was sure that the bike would look much more streamlined without the large hunk of plastic and the equally large turn signals. I considered installing small surface mount turn signals to the body or to the mud flap itself. After much deliberation, however, I decided to install the Integrator from M.D. Wright. The unit costs $59.95 and can be ordered online at or by calling (800) 980-3517. You can click on any of the pictures for a larger version or on any of the links; in either case, a new window will open.

The Integrator installation is a relatively straight-forward operation that is easily broken down into four major steps:

  1. Disassembly

  2. Cutting and Modification

  3. Wiring

  4. Reassembly

As I said above, I ordered the Integrator unit directly from M.D. Wright because of a delay in shipping when ordering from Lockhart Phillips, as well as the added bonus of being able to order the part online. I received the part in the mail in less than a week and the grand total was $59.95 - no tax, no shipping. I used a few other parts from Radio Shack during the installation. The list of parts from Radio Shack includes:

All total, the installation cost me a little over $70 and took about four hours. Your installation time may be less, however, because I was constantly stopping to take pictures and make notes. I have included my email address at the end of these instructions. Please feel free to write with any questions.

Before starting, I took a few pictures of the bike with the factory mud flap and turn signals. Your bike probably looks similar...


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