flush mount LED directionals

Stephen Hampson shampson at beeb.net
Wed Sep 12 10:10:09 PDT 2007

I used an electronic relay that replaces the original flasher relay. Cost
less than 4 resistors and it still works if you put the original blinkers
You do have to solder or crimp on two new connections though.

If I find one I'll post a link.


-----Original Message-----
From: blackbear at frontiernet.net [mailto:blackbear at frontiernet.net] 
Sent: 12 September 2007 13:53
To: gpzlist at micapeak.com
Subject: Re: flush mount LED directionals

Ok, so I got tired of the redneck duct-tape special that was my  
directionals.  Mostly due to the duct-tape letting go after a couple  
I looked around for replacements and couldn't find anything that I  
liked except the  Proton flushmounts that were referred to on list.

> http://www.gpz1100.com/tiki-read_article.php?articleId=12

They do look good, but one thing I noticed is that my dash indicators  
and rear directionals are now blinking at twice normal speed.  I was  
under the impression from their instructions that no resistor was  
needed, that these were "plug-n-play".

For anyone on list that also has these, did the rest of the  
directional system speed up for you?  Are there any recommendations on  
how to "fix" this so everything blinks at the same rate?

I'll have pics up soon.

Michael in Holley, NY

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