T7 LED Signal Lights Conversion Kit (2019-2023)

T7 LED Signal Lights Conversion Kit (2019-2023)

$99.00 USD

Bundle and save!

We've received several requests for an all-in-one LED signal light conversion kit for the T7, so here it is! Everything included is plug-and-play to ensure your installation is quick and easy. No cutting, soldering, or crimping is required!

Your kit includes:

  • LED signal lights (4)
  • LED flasher relay (1)
  • Teardrop to 10mm mounting adaptors (2 sets of 4)
  • Plug-and-play wiring adaptors (2 pairs)
  • Zip-ties and adhesive anchors

The kit includes everything you need to install our LED signals to the front and rear of your Yamaha T7!
Please be aware that the signal lights in this kit are two-wire lights, meaning they do not have the running light function.

NOT COMPATIBLE with the 2024 model T7!

*International Customers: (outside the US and Canada)
All extra fees, such as taxes, duties, tariffs, brokerage, etc., are not included in the purchase price. Customers are wholly responsible for the payment of these fees!

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews

Stock signals are much too large, these LEDs are the perfect replacement.

Tom Thannhauser
Great upgrade

Everything you need to upgrade to LED. The front lights were pretty easy to install, but the rears were a little more "involved", but only because of the T7's rear fender assembly. Luckily I found the Tail Tidy video to use as a reference!
Otherwise, lights were a breeze to install with the adapters and included hardware. Another great upgrade from Camel ADV

Justin Vermeer
So much better

Hated how the original lights bounced around, these look way sleeker and everything was included to get the job done without messing around with solder or crimps. The only further thing they could have done is install it for me. Thanks, Camel!

Papa KTM
T-7 LED lights

Pretty straight forward install. Typical quality Camel ADV product! Looks way better than the 60’s Cadillac look 😊

chris c
Worth Every Penny

This kit saved me lots of time. Time searching for connectors and parts, time sifting through braindead posts on forums, time waiting for 3-4 different orders to come, and time wiring it all myself and soldering. It's a quality kit with good looking turn signals that installed quickly. What did I do with all that time saved? I rode my bike!