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mismatch lighting

Hey guys.

So upon trying to get this vn750 running like a charm for daily city riding (and long trips), I'm noticing that I'm not the only one having battery drain issues.

I changed the batter to the Yuasa YTX14AHL-BS like everyone suggests and still have some battery drain somewhere. I had a volt meter text run on the stator and r/r and the shop said they're within the range for functioning properly.

The guy who I got the bike from Added a higher powered headlight and some LED rear turn signals to the bike. The front turn signals and tail light is still factory. Would this have an issue on the bike? I'm contemplating changing the front turn signals and tail light out to LED. I see people talking about a Non-load blinker relay to switch out once the lighting was changed. I didn't know if this might be the issue since some of the lighting was already changed.

Figured if I was changing the rest of the lights out, it might just be safe to change it out as well.
Does anyone have a link to what relay I should buy? I feel like a total noob asking these questions and I've searched a bit on here trying to find the answers to all my problems. I just don't want to keep going back to the motorcycle shop near me as they can't give me any answers and charge me for not fixing my issues.

I'm thinking I should probably move the R/R while I have a chance since everyone in here is all about it. Is the Mosfet really the way to go?

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