You can also mount a resistor (two, one for each side) but it'll consume current like the old bulb (so no advantage with the LED except for the look) and get very hot. But it's cheaper than buying a new LED compatible flasher relay.
You can buy the Tridon EL-12 Flasher if you have LEDs either on the front or the rear. If you have more than 4 LEDs you will need to buy...
1. Tridon EP34 relay- Can be found at just about any autoparts store, or can be easily ordered from amazon. It has 3 prongs, each marked B,L,& E. You ground the E pin on the relay. To do this, you need about 12" of wire, attach a 14gauge female spade connector to one end and a ring terminal on the other end. You slip the female spade connector onto the E-pin, then screw the ring terminal to a ground somewhere on your bike.
2. CF12ANL-01 flasher relay- It has 2 prongs just like the stock flasher so you don't need to add any ground wires, but you will likely need to order from this website [url]http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-b...2Fflashers.htm[/URL]. as they aren't found at your local auto store or amazon.
These methods have been tested and proven to work.
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