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Old 04-14-2009, 08:17 PM
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Ok guys, I recently replaced my handlebars and decided I want to ditch the stock front turn signals. However I found a small strip with 3 led's that I want to install in place of the turn signals. The led's are a two wire hook up (1-power, 1-ground) is it possible to hook these up to the stock wiring? Has anyone done something similar?

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Old 04-15-2009, 12:43 AM
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You can do it , but depending on the year of your bike if it is a newer one with a comp you will be getting some code comming up .
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Old 04-15-2009, 12:47 AM
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My local shop is installing front, back led strip blinkers and brake light can be done on the new HDS just need a load equalizer.
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JRK has it done to his. I think he has 5 led light strips on the trees
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yes... ditch the purple wire... that is your running light... you will loose a front running light but you will have turn sigs... if you really want a running light put a resister on the purple line to dull it down, then bridge that with the power for the turn (can not recall what color off hand) ground goes to ground... i said screw the running lights i hate that look at night... i have fogs on the front so they can see me just fine!
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