Turn signals connection

Does anyone know if the connections for the turn signals are the same used on the KTM's? Are these the mini square connectors?

The turn sig connector behind the number plate is a four pin molex connector about an inch wide, female.

Edited by redpillar

No they are not like KTM. They are bullet connectors.

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