Main Motorcycle: 2005 Bonneville Blue 790
Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: Central Maryland, USA
Other Motorcycle: 1973 CB450, long gone
WLEDx6 for the turn signal, and you'll have to trim the base to make it fit (tightly). It's non-polarized, which you need for the turn signal. Consider buying an extra one, in case you break a terminal wire trying to get it in.
If I were doing it again, I'd try 74xHP for the other idiot lights (and don't replace the high-beam light, it'll be too bright).
Buy them in colors to match the color of the lens, e.g. green for neutral and turn signal.
WLEDx5 (3) and one 74xHP3 for the clock lights, for the older-style clocks with cable-operated speedometer. You might be able to find something brighter than WLEDx5, but that's what was available when I made the change.
If any polarized LED doesn't work, take it out, turn it 180 degrees, and re-install. Test this before you reassemble the lights.
2005 Bonneville Blue 790cc, AI removed, Staintunes RC, no snorkel, inlet enlarged, 118/40/NBZT "Thruxton" needles/1 shim/3 turns, Ikon 7610s, Ricor Intiminators, Michelin Pilot Activs, D9 gauge panel, tachometer.