Would you be able to tell me where the stock unit is located and how it's accessed? Do you have to take the bike apart to get to it?Visit any auto parts store. I bought a CEC brand "electronic flasher" with a pn #EF32. Under $5. Plugged right in and cured my non flashing tiny rear bulbs.
It has a round body and no provision for attachment so I used the rubber bracket/fitting off the stocker, taped it on with a few rounds of elecrtical tape and slipped it on the stock bracket. Clean & easy.
Mine clicks, but it's inaudible once the engine is running.Old3 does your relay "click" when its flashing? Mine is totally silent so sometimes I forget when my turn signal is on as its not very noticeable when the sun is shining on the gauge cluster..
How would I ground it? Tie a wire from E onto a metal part of the surface on the bike?CF12ANL-01 flasher relay (2 prongs=plug and play!)
Online only http://www.superbrightleds.com/moreinfo/flashers-load-resistors/cf12anl-01-led-bulb-electronic-flasher/781/
Alternative solution: Tridon EP34 relay
It has 3 prongs, each marked B,L,&E. You ground the E pin somewhere on your bike.
Why not just go with the flasher relay from TST?How would I ground it? Tie a wire from E onto a metal part of the surface on the bike?
It sounds like if you replace the standard incandescent bulbs used in your turn signals with LEDs, the blink rate is increased by about 3x. This unit seems to be what's needed to decrease the blink rate to about 60fps (flashes/second) which is about the same rate as the stock turn signals.