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So things are moving along slowly.
Hardly find enuf time to work on it the last while.
Haven't been online at all since my smartphone busted and I hardly ever go on the computer, but here I am.
I got my custom front signals done on one side, wired the leds into the harness and shaved the stock front turn signal holes.
Hoping to prime it up tomorrow and take some pics this week.
Want to slap up an exhaust vid to just for fun.
But yah I'll try and have pics soon.
They signals are SUHWEET!
Will need a relay yet tho as it doesn't blink yet.
But I LIKEY!

And yah i know
useless without pics
but what can i say i had a minute and i'm excited
 

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k i posted up a quick vid on my youtube channel which has the same username as on here mksiemens
I cant paste the link on my cell for some reason (it started working again last nite)
So if i remember ill try and link it tonite or something
Ill be working on some how to vids in the next little while to
 

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so here's the bike painted and front signals done
Put a stock can on there for now amd we'll see if i can fix up the fmf one

Id like to wire up the front signals to be running lights when they aren't signalling, but i'm not sure how i'd do the wiring
Any advice on that would be appreciated
Let me kno what you think

*pics in following post*
 

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OH very nice! I like that, a lot! To get the LED's to behave like running lights, you're gonna have to have some fancy circuitry to provide them with 75% voltage and then full voltage. You could do this by running a second wire to them, with a resistor. I'm not even sure how exactly this would be done, so, I'll be no help to you... :)
 

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You may want it to work like this: Lights are on all the time as running lights, but when you turn on signal the lights flash OFF (instead of flashing ON). Reverse of what's normal. You just need a different signal flasher relay for this (reverse polarity action). I've seen these occasionally on the web.

Here's one (read down to 4th paragraph)
https://www.kisantech.com/index.php?cat_id=4

I'm sure there's more if you look.
 
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