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    LED relay to stop fast blinking?

    Can anyone chime in on if they have successfully slowed down the blinking on aftermarket led turn signals? If so , how?


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    Re: LED relay to stop fast blinking?

    Install some of these

    https://www.kapscomoto.com/ca/led-bu...s-led-fix.html

    Google hyper flash correction and I'm sure you'll find other options as well.

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    Re: LED relay to stop fast blinking?

    Change the relay to led friendly
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    Re: LED relay to stop fast blinking?

    Quote Originally Posted by RockerGuy View Post
    Change the relay to led friendly
    Make sure the flasher is for a bike -- the LED flashers for cars have a low current circuit that 'hyperflashes' to let the driver know a flasher is out - these do not work on bikes.

    The easier option is to put a load resistor in each circuit (8ohm, 25w). These plug in between the existing harness and new LED signal, one for left one for right. Cost about $10 bucks for a pair.
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    Re: LED relay to stop fast blinking?

    Very common.

    You need one of these:

    https://tstindustries.com/TST-2-Pin-...ay-Gen2-F.html

    replace with whatever model you ride, plug and play.
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