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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-17-2012, 08:13 PM Thread Starter
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For those who are installing aftermarket LED indicator and want an easy solution to fix the fast rate of flashing, I have found one. The stock turn signal relay is in an easily accessible area and is a breeze to replace. The turn signal relay is located under the upper most right side access panel right under the right side bars. A total of five fastens are holding the panel in place. Once you remove the panel you will see a wiring loom with some connecters. The turn signal relay is zipped tied to the wiring loom with one connecter plug into it. An easy way to identify it is look for the connector that has two wires colored black/blue and yellow/green plugged into a black box.

You have the easy way or the hard way depending on what relay you use. The easy way is to get a turn signal relay which accepts the stock connecter, such as this one. The hard way is to get a universal turn signal relay and cut the stock connecter off and splice the new relay in to the wiring. No matter which way you’ll need to zip tie the new relay onto the wiring loom and put the panel back on.

Enjoy the easy solution to fast flashing LED inductors.
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For those who are installing aftermarket LED indicator and want an easy solution to fix the fast rate of flashing, I have found one. The stock turn signal relay is in an easily accessible area and is a breeze to replace. The turn signal relay is located under the upper most right side access panel right under the right side bars. A total of five fastens are holding the panel in place. Once you remove the panel you will see a wiring loom with some connecters. The turn signal relay is zipped tied to the wiring loom with one connecter plug into it. An easy way to identify it is look for the connector that has two wires colored black/blue and yellow/green plugged into a black box.

You have the easy way or the hard way depending on what relay you use. The easy way is to get a turn signal relay which accepts the stock connecter, such as this one. The hard way is to get a universal turn signal relay and cut the stock connecter off and splice the new relay in to the wiring. No matter which way you’ll need to zip tie the new relay onto the wiring loom and put the panel back on.

Enjoy the easy solution to fast flashing LED inductors.
Thanks nols

I'm going to do this. BEATS splicing all those LED resistors and what not. Tidy setup just like what I did on my daytona.

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Good MV tip nols.. Cheers..

It's even easier on the late Ducati's.. They don't have flasher units and the indicators as controled by the ECU..

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I fitted a set of rizoma LED indicators which were supplied with resistors. I soldered and heat shrunk the entire job and made it neat, hiding the resistors under the ecu. Indicator flash speed is perfect!


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