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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-13-2009, 07:42 PM Thread Starter
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For LED turnsignals

I just came across this site and instead of spending 15 bucks on an electronic unit, there is a 2 dollar NAPA one you can buy. Check it out.
http://www.bugmanweb.com/gsxr/flasher.html

There are also some other cool things on this site that could be helpful to Vulcan owners.
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That flasher will not allow hazard function and will not allow you to use LED and Incandescent together, an electronic 3-prong flasher will.


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I couldnt get the electronic or any other to work right on my bike ( I worked at ADVANCE AP, so I tried them all)

What I did was this...took two old turn sockets with bulbs...wired them in with the rear LEDs...as if to have 2 sets of rears. I used enough wire to run them under the seat near the battery box. I wrapped each one (bulb and socket) in black tape. Then side by side, I wrapped the two together and made a small "pack" out of them. Its very small, hides well and works perfect.

All the functions work as they should.
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I couldnt get the electronic or any other to work right on my bike ( I worked at ADVANCE AP, so I tried them all)

What I did was this...took two old turn sockets with bulbs...wired them in with the rear LEDs...as if to have 2 sets of rears. I used enough wire to run them under the seat near the battery box. I wrapped each one (bulb and socket) in black tape. Then side by side, I wrapped the two together and made a small "pack" out of them. Its very small, hides well and works perfect.

All the functions work as they should.
This model TMI EL98N worked on a 2006 VN750 with LED turn signals both front and rear. Pick it up on Ebay. Plug-n-play, with no problems so far.


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