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03-02-2007 12:09 AM
Crobins365 Seems like most of the newer bikes have the push-button turn signal cancellation, but I've gotten used to having to do it "the old-fashioned way." Is there anything else on the market, though, that creates the "running lights" effect? That's gotta be one of the better aspects of the Kisan.
03-01-2007 11:15 PM
MikeS I have the Kisan Signalminder unit installed on my Stella scooter. On that bike I like it, but when I got my Vulcan 500 I put another Kisan Signalminder on it, but for some reason I didn't like it as well. When I got the vn750 I didn't even think about getting another one, and my old Honda CT-110 doesn't have one either, so I've learned to turn off the turnsignals

The Kisan product that I really like is their Pathblazer headlight modulator, I had one on the 500 and it really helps the bike to stand out. Getting one for the 750 is definately on the todo list. (got to get saddlebags first, running around with saddlebag supports without the saddlebags is kind of tacky)

02-27-2007 11:24 AM
fergy Cool! Now why didn't they put that on ours? A little change like that wouldn't hurt anybody.
02-27-2007 11:20 AM
stevebtx12 Yep, yep, the cancel on the new Vulcans is just by pressing it, which is why I don't mind doing it myself since I'm used to doing it anyway...
02-27-2007 11:12 AM
fergy I like the ones they have on the Ninja's that are push button canceling. My 80 KZ550 had the left controls all rusted out so I bought a left control from a Ninja on ebay for cheap, like $12, and used a meter to ohm out all the wires and figure out what they were going to and wired it up. Worked great. If self cancelling is the ticket, then that's cool, but push button cancel is the next best thing. Don't know how it would wire up on the 750 tho.
02-27-2007 11:05 AM
stevebtx12 My new ride has self cancelling signals, but I'm so used to cancelling 'em myself, I never wait on it to work. I purposely waited once, and they take their sweet time in cancelling.
02-26-2007 09:08 PM
rckmtn Fuses might help however ensure you figure current and don't overfuse. $100 is a lot to play with. I'll admit I loved my Kisans when they worked.
02-26-2007 12:23 PM
Originally Posted by Crobins365 View Post
Bulldog, are you using the Kisan Tech ones?
No. Self cancelling turn signals are stock / OEM on the Nomad. Sorry...

I looked at the Kisan Tech ones once upon a time for the VN750 and there was a reason I didn't like them besides the price. Unfortunatly, it's been many years now and I don't remember the reason anymore
02-26-2007 10:31 AM
Crobins365 Bulldog, are you using the Kisan Tech ones?
02-25-2007 11:59 PM
bulldog485 I have self cancellation signals on my Nomad. Freaking love them... But the bad thing is that now when I'm on my VN750, I totally forget to turn off my signals...
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