We've discussed the indicators on F4's before, the fact that sometimes the mirror contacts can cause problems etc. I've just been out for a run of about 50 miles at errr. quite high speeds (well what do you have a F4 for in the first place?) It's also been a lovely day here with temps in the mid 20's. :blah: Anyhow, indicators packed up about half way around and when I got home I checked the relay (close to the cylinder head on the LHS as you sit on the bike, behind the fairing panel) It was bloody hot as you would expect but I mean really hot, :cussing: I unplugged it and cleaned the contacts, both male and female with a proprietory solvent and hey presto, it works fine again now. But I don't think it was the contacts which were dirty, more the relay was too hot. Has anybody else had the same problem, especially those guys who are fortunate enough to live where mid 20's temp is a normal, even cool day? Thats about 80F for you guys who still work in farenheit BTW.