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    Baby Twin
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    Turn signals

    I bought a 2000 RSV1000r, The bike has after market LED turn signals, I found that there was an incandescent bulb wired in line with the LED lights. The bulbs where all taped up hiding under the tail section but they did blink in conjunction with the corresponding LED. Think they where unnecessary I removed the bulbs but now the LED lights don't function. Why are the bulbs need & is there a pair of LED that will function without the bulbs inline?

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    Baby Twin
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    cant think why light would be in the tail section apart from must have been used as a resister to make them flash at the same rate, get yourself a LED relay 2 connection type. it fits under the dash and go from there approx 5 on ebay. check all wiring is connected up correctly as well.

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    Baby Twin
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    Will also have to do the diode mod if not using inline resistors
    if you do a search you should find the thread with pictures, its for a falco but the connections and wire colours are the same

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    Baby Twin
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    thank you guys, the info was a big help

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