Natedog - thanks for this. I was able to use the same setup on my V Star 950 today. I ended up getting the relay from Amazon for $5. Simple and effective! I did go back and use dielectric grease and shrinktube after testing.
Anyone have a picture of the stock OEM flasher plug with wires? I tried this mod, but now instead of hyper flash, I get solid blinkers (no flash) and a buzzing EP34 relay..... want to go back to hyper flash, but I forgot where the three wires come out of (I only took the three out that are needed on the EP34 and can stick them back in.
Big thanks for the post, pics were helpful. Just wanted to share my experience. Actual time 5 weeks. 3 weeks shipping thanks to the f*** heads at revzilla. Ended up shorting out my speed sensor when the 2 unused wires touched and arced while testing the new blinkers. Rookie ($100) mistake I know. Just wanted save the headache for everyone planning on doing this mod, tape off those 2 first before testing. Safe riding.
Is any of this possible with the 2015 model?
I have a 2015 Bullet Cowl and trying to get my *newled rear indicators to work.
One, I am having trouble even locating the stock unit.
Two, I am afraid this only applying to the 2014 and older, I am not finding a write up for my bike. Can anyone point me in the direction of what i need to know doing this on my bike? Is my googlefu just too weak today?
Nice write up Nate. There is one more option that can be used. The signal stabilizer. They go for about $60 and have 4 wires that get connected. This one solution works for all the blinkers front and rear. It requires you to connect to positive battery terminal, a ground and your left and right blinker wire, it also leaves your auto cancel feature in tact.
I have the a signal stabilizer that came with my triple whammy run turn brake controller. I plug it in for the rear lights to stop flashing fast.
What is the steps to use this for all turn signals?
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