You sir, are a steely eyed missile man! Now can you come up with a way to install 4 way hazard lights too?
ps Now hurry up and get started on this. >You sir, are a steely eyed missile man! Now can you come up with a way to install 4 way hazard lights too?
I have the black set installed in the rear. I have the gray set ready to install in the front. I really like the extra LED on the ends to light up from the sides. I am waiting on the blue powder coated mounting plates (Ebay 280238516678)...I just was looking at the R&G LED's. Did you install these just in the back and the TST flushmounts in the front? Or did you install R&G LED's front and back? Some pics would be great so we can see how these work too. Thanks man, you are the best!
Good find! I saw this option as well when looking for a solution. I went another direction and here's why....I stumbled onto this setup as well - which I'm guessing is essentially what Capn Kirk here has made
Too many unknowns for me to offer an informed opinion. You should have not problems either way.Interesting. I wonder what would happen with the Euro Yamaha Blinker Plus Led setup? The description says they include resistors and are made to have running lights on with turnsignals. Pricey, but I'm seriously thinking about going this route. If not, I could go with the Yamaha OEM LED setup front and rear.
You can use any value. The 450 OHM will make your running light brighter than a higher value. Actually if you are using the R&G, the 450 OHM should work nicely, just a tad brighter than mine while in running light mode.Hey I was wondering if I can use 450 OHM Resistors to do this install since I have some laying around or does it have to be one of the resistor values that you have linked above?
Yep, exactly. Look at the reflection in the blue part of the front fairing. You can see the running light between the blinks.Awsome pictures Capn. Couldn't see the running light, only the flashing one. Is that because of the sun light?
I can see the dimmed light between blinks on the left flasher. But as you pan around the front of the bike I cannot see the running light on of the right fixture.Yep, exactly. Look at the reflection in the blue part of the front fairing. You can see the running light between the blinks.
This should clear up the visibility of the video!yea same here. I can't see the DRL function of the front signals. I can only see them blinking as regular turn signals.
I also added 4-Way Flashers while I was out in the garage! See my thread below.You sir, are a steely eyed missile man! Now can you come up with a way to install 4 way hazard lights too?