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    Default LED turn signal relay

    Has anyone used one of these and do they work correctly?
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Suzuki-Flash...-/300588837413

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    Absolutely. Works like a charm. No splicing. Just replace your stock relay.

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    Yep, have 2 of them for our bikes. Mine has worked perfectly since installing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antmor69 View Post
    Absolutely. Works like a charm. No splicing. Just replace your stock relay.

    Bought one, it came from the UK. But, it canceled out my "neutral" light and now it flashes alternately with the signal, as in flash, neutral, flash, neutral. So I want to replace with one that works.

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    I bought a similar one that came from Germany.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/LED-flasher-...item1e5df55eb1

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    I don't understand what this is for... is this because your stock relay broke? or is this some kinda "Mod"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by M203R View Post
    I don't understand what this is for... is this because your stock relay broke? or is this some kinda "Mod"?
    If you change out your t/s to led, your flash rate will become very fast. The electronic flasher puts them back in check.

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    I like the fast blinking - makes me look like i am in hurry

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigM109r2 View Post
    Bought one, it came from the UK. But, it canceled out my "neutral" light and now it flashes alternately with the signal, as in flash, neutral, flash, neutral. So I want to replace with one that works.
    Can't remember the seller but I just did a search on eBay for Suzuki led flasher relay. It came from the U.S. and it was about $23 if I remember correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antmor69 View Post
    Can't remember the seller but I just did a search on eBay for Suzuki led flasher relay. It came from the U.S. and it was about $23 if I remember correctly.
    Interesting, never seen one from the US listed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rckhngr View Post
    I like the fast blinking - makes me look like i am in hurry
    I thought I was the only one who liked the fast flashing. I thought it was more noticeable
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big-B View Post
    Interesting, never seen one from the US listed.
    If you search under m109r all you find is the foreign ones but if you search it like I said "Suzuki led flasher relay" you'll get more choices.

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    Default custom dynamics

    Custom dynamics have the led flasher relay for 19.99
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    the fast flash was solved with that part, but the random flashing of the kury silver bullets is not. Going to get new circuit boards from them to attempt to solve the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big-B View Post
    If you change out your t/s to led, your flash rate will become very fast. The electronic flasher puts them back in check.
    Yeah, I just wanted to be sure.. My question now is why not just put a resistor in line of each side, like these:

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    I too like the fast flashing, it's different from all the other turn signals in traffic, so I feel like it's easier for others to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M203R View Post
    Yeah, I just wanted to be sure.. My question now is why not just put a resistor in line of each side, like these:

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ID:	61476 these are cheap, if someone wants them, they came with my rear signals from DLP, you can have them for free.

    I too like the fast flashing, it's different from all the other turn signals in traffic, so I feel like it's easier for others to see.
    For me, the ease of plug and play opposed to splicing in the resistors. I don't mind paying for convenience! As far as the fast flash rate, w/e float your boats!

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    I bought one for 15.00 with front turn signals. They stopped and started when they wanted.(Did not work right) So I bought one like you guys talking about and one side did not work. So I wired the old one back up and it blinks fast but at least it blinks everytime now.

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    There ya go!

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    I got this flasher and it doesn't work correctly. Only the left signals work, right signals and hazard didn't work at all. I put the stock flasher back in and everything back to the way it was with the left signal fast flashing.

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    I got mine wired in and it is fater but not to fast. imo. I like it a bit faster than stock set up.
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    Default Switched to led turn signals

    Installed the front signals the running light will work and the signal will work but they will not work together. You have to unplug the signal light for the running light to work and vice versa for the signal light to work. Please help!!!

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    I think you have the wrong lights in front... front directionals have three leads, the rear have only two.

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