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Not sure on the correct term but has anyone changed indicators to those waterfall ones? (like mustang tail lights) obviousy led indicators normally need a new flasher how ever these a designed to be on constantly.

Will the fast flash keep resetting the cycle time or not? do we just need to bypass the realy all together?
 

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I did.





These specific ones come with their own regulator built in, so you don't need to do anything, electronically.

You don't even need a relay.




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Actually, you don't need to mess with the flasher at all. You will need to do some mechanical work to fit these onto the bike, though. There is a good video of how to do it here:

https://youtube.com/watch?v=rDUA2Yq42wI


In case you do want to get to the flasher, it is under the gas tank on the front left side of the bike. You can access it by removing the black plastic plate where the switch is (4 screws)...but again - you don't need to do anything to it, leave it as is.
 

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Actually, you don't need to mess with the flasher at all. You will need to do some mechanical work to fit these onto the bike, though. There is a good video of how to do it here:

https://youtube.com/watch?v=rDUA2Yq42wI


In case you do want to get to the flasher, it is under the gas tank on the front left side of the bike. You can access it by removing the black plastic plate where the switch is (4 screws)...but again - you don't need to do anything to it, leave it as is.
to install them all I did was screw them into the rubber hole left behind when you remove the old ones remove the nut and twist them. then hook up your wiring (important) they’ve been on my bike all year never moved love them
 
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