DENALI Electronics Launches the T3 Switchback Signal Pods

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Denali T3 Switchback Signal Pods Intro

DENALI Electronics has reinvented the common turn signal to create a shockingly bright amber turn signal with an integrated white DRL in the front and a red running and brake light in the rear. The modular design mates to a variety of mounting kits enabling the signals to be mounted in both front and rear applications.

The white DRL, amber turn signal, tail light and brake light are all E Mark approved and can be used in conjunction with or as replacements for your stock turn signals. DENALI takes safety seriously, so rest assured that the T3 Switchback Signal Pods are your next step to ensuring adequate visibility to others in traffic. T3’s can be pre-ordered beginning 9/4/20 at Twisted Throttle for an October delivery.

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“The core innovation, aside from the modular design, is the use of 2 rows of high power LED’s (one for each color) behind a single optic as opposed to weaker bi-color LED’s which are traditionally used in switch back style products. This is what makes the T3 so bright yet small enough to be mounted virtually anywhere.”

-Nate Bastien, Head Designer at DENALI Electronics

T3 Flush Mount Kit (Available now for pre-order. In stock October ‘20)

Our flush mount kit is simply a pair of T3 pods; no other mounting kit necessary. Flush mounting is the ideal way to add T3s to hand guards, body panels, or any flat surface.

T3 Fender / Body Mount Kit (Available now for pre-order. In stock October ‘20)

This kit includes a pair of front T3 signal pods and a set of steel 90 degree mounting brackets. This is the ideal kit for adding T3s to your motorcycle front fender or any M5 or M6 mounting point.

T3 Engine Guard Kit (Available now for pre-order. In stock October ‘20)

This kit includes a pair of front T3s and a contoured engine guard mounting kit. Designed specifically for Harley-Davidson Engine Guards, this gloss finish ABS adapter seamlessly mounts the T3s to 1.25″ bars.

T3 License Plate Mount Kit (Available now for pre-order. In stock October ‘20)

Rear T3s are paired with steel mounting brackets to create the brightest and most low-profile rear visibility product on the market. This is the ideal solution for adding auxiliary brake and turn signals to your ride without compromising your sleek tail section.

T3 Traditional Signal Mount Kit (Coming soon! In stock early ‘21)

This sleek housing mounts a set of T3s in place of your factory motorcycle turn signals and features a stainless steel hollow M8 mounting stud. The white DRL, amber turn signal, run and brake lights are all E Mark approved.

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About DENALI Electronics

DENALI offers premium LED lighting and electrical components for the motorcycle, powersports, and automotive industries. Safety is our number one priority. No matter your vehicle, DENALI Electronics will help you see and be seen. https://denalielectronics.com/

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