Approved black led turn signals set with smoked lenses. We have two types:
Most of the bikes use bi-metallics relay. Its frequency (which is the one that sets the pace of the turn signals) depend on the amperage circulating through the circuit. When replacing the turn signals from OEM to aftermarket ones which carry a difference power, consequently they vary the amperage circulating through the circuit and that causes a change on the frequency of the turn signals rhythm. If otherwise, the motorcycle uses electronic relay (which frequency works independently from the amperage circulating through the circuit) the change of turn signals from OEM to aftermarket, should not affect the frequency of the turn signals rhythm.
-Note: we recommend in case of doubt of what type of relay the motorcycle uses, to check the turn signal rhythm after switching from OEM to aftermarket.
If the OEM turn signals are replaced by aftermarket ones that use incandescent bulbs, it is needed to check they use the same power. In case is different, it is needed to replace the turn signals bulbs for other that uses the same power as OEM ones. On our catalog, we have available bulbs of different power.
If the OEM turn signals are replaced by LED ones (of much less power than incandescent bulbs), we have two options to balance the frenquency of rhythm:
1. Incorporate a parallel relay in the right circuit and the other on the left circuit. If we replace four turn signals, it is needed to use a resistance part# 4298O. If otherwise, only two turn signals are replaced (one on each side), it is needed to use a resistance part# 5873O.The resistance are supplied with a scheme for a parallel connection.
· Note: On most of the bikes, the warning function of the bike is unabled if the resistance is used.
2. Identify the intermittence relay of the motorcycle (location and number of pins) and replace for its corresponding from the list supplied.On most of the bikes, the warning functions works correctly when the relay is replaced.
· Note: it can be found on the market some motorcycles that do not have a intermittence relay; obviously, in this case it cannot be replaced. Moreover, if on the blinking function intervenes more than one relay, it is possible that replacing only one relay does not solve the problem.