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UrbanRage said:
I wired mine after the switch ( hope that makes sense)

Just remember it will generate some heat while in use. I ended up mounting mine under the rear fender on the frame.

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When you say after the switch, does that mean I can wire one to the left blinker wire and one to the right under the rear fender. Would this go before or after the dual function wire? I know you are not using dual funtion on your rear blinkers but wondering if you know. Thanks
 

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I took the wirring harness apart seperated the taillight from the blinkers pulled the blinkers back to the fuze box under rthe seat and thats were I hooked up the EQ then mounted it to the frame rail next to the battery.
Seems to work fine the directions said to mount at the auto off for the blinkers not sure were that is.
I mounted the leds to the rails on the side of the fenders.
The down side is when the front is done will need one more eq.
 

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Bozzly said:
UrbanRage said:
I wired mine after the switch ( hope that makes sense)

Just remember it will generate some heat while in use. I ended up mounting mine under the rear fender on the frame.

Check this out http://www.yamahastarstryker.com/index.php/topic,504.0.html
When you say after the switch, does that mean I can wire one to the left blinker wire and one to the right under the rear fender. Would this go before or after the dual function wire? I know you are not using dual funtion on your rear blinkers but wondering if you know. Thanks
You should have 3 wires in your directionals.. one should be ground, one should be the running light and the other should be the blinker.. wire the stablizer inline with the blinker wire and leave the running light alone.

I hope that helps.
 

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Urban you are the man, that's what I wanted to know. Last question, did just one stabilizer wired in the back to the blinker wires take care of front and back?
 

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Thanks, I talked to chrome glow today and they suggested the metric Stabilizer, They said one of these would handle front and back blinkers and did not get hot, the Load Equalizer would require one for front and one for back and they get hot. So Metric Stabilizer as Urban suggests is the unit i will be using.
 
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