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Mv Agusta brutale 800 hyperblinking

Hi guys,

I have installed the led turb singals but Now my turn singals are hyperblinking. So i orderd a set of load resistors from R&G (designcorse) of 21 watts. In the discription they say that if you have led blinkers you need this one. But in my maintanance manual its said that the turn singals are only 6 watts is this overkill? What load resistors did you guys use? And do i have the correct ones?

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Some needed information is missing, i.e. WHAT YEAR BRUTALE? Which model?

The 21 watt load sounds high to me. Standard incandescent bulbs run around 10 watts each so you have to replace that amount of resistance in each bulb circuit.

You can instal that resistance, but don't be surprised if the lights then don't flash at all.

I would think 6 watts per bulb channel is what you need.

Did you do 4 bulbs?
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Some needed information is missing, i.e. WHAT YEAR BRUTALE? Which model?

The 21 watt load sounds high to me. Standard incandescent bulbs run around 10 watts each so you have to replace that amount of resistance in each bulb circuit.

You can instal that resistance, but don't be surprised if the lights then don't flash at all.

I would think 6 watts per bulb channel is what you need.

Did you do 4 bulbs?
I have the 2015 model.

The workshop manual says that each bulb works with 6watts. replaced the 2 front and 2 rear indicators. At designcorse there selling only 10 or 21 watt resistors and says that if you replace the oem bulb with led you should go for 21 watts.

Maybe put 2 resistors (each side of the rear indicator) and see how the flashing rate is?

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The 2015 800, or 800RR???

If the bulbs were all replaced, and the bulbs were originally 6w incandescent bulbs, then you need 6 x 2 = 12w resistance per channel.

The bulb rating should be printed on the removed bulbs.

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Im sorry the 800 hehe

I get it that you need to replace the load to same wattage but why are they selling the resistors made specially for mv agusta 10 or 21 watts?

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Im sorry the 800 hehe

I get it that you need to replace the load to same wattage but why are they selling the resistors made specially for mv agusta 10 or 21 watts?
Unless you are replacing load at the flasher relay (intermittency) then the load needs to be split left and right as those circuits are normally separate.

CAN BUS tech may be different, but I doubt it.

Why do they sell them that way? I don't know. Maybe it works.

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So just to be sure.. If i put 1 21watts resistor on the left side (rear) and 1 on the right (rear) of 21 watts it should make a difference on the rate of flashing?

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It will make a difference. Whether that difference is acceptable is a different story. Were it me, I'd use 10W per side.

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After replacing your bike's original 10 watt incandescent turn signals with R&G Micro Indicators incandescent turn signals (RG.RG370), OR after replacing your bike's original 10 watt incandescent turn signals with R&G Micro Indicators LED turn signals (RG.RG371), you may find that the signals flash too fast or too slow. Adding this resistor resolves this issue. No cutting, crimping or soldering required.

These are inline resistors, NO wire cutting or soldering required.

Includes one pair of 21.5 ohm resistors with bullet connectors.

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you're replacing original LED turn signals with R&G LED turn signals (do not use a resistor)
you're replacing original 21 watt turn signals with R&G LED turn signals (use resistor RG.RGR0001)
this is from the official R&G site. looks like i got the 10Watt inline resistors (RGR0002) the resistors for 21 Watt turn signals are the RGR0001 series.
but still have to solder 1 resistor for each circuit?
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I had this same issue when I installed the NRC led indicators on all 4 corners. Each stock indicator bulb is 6W, find the wattage of the new indicators on each corner then use Ohm's law to determine the resistance. You need to make the LED indicators come close to using 6W to prevent hyperflashing. In my case, I could not find the wattage specs for the NRC indicators so I just estimated between 1.5 to 3W for each indicator. With the Ohm's law calculator, I determined that I needed between 40 to 48 ohm resistors. I found 47 ohm 10W resistors at Fry's electronics and wired it in on each corner and that fixed my hyper flashing issue.

I'm sure my total wattage is still less than 6W but it has been working pretty well. This is just my experience dealing and I hope it helps.
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