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I recently installed an all in 1 rear tail light. It uses LEDs instead of the standard bulbs. due to that, I have a faster than normal flash rate. I would liek to slow it down to regular speed. However, I am not sure how to go about it. I don't really have the room to add an inline adapter, and unless I just plug in a whole extra harness, don't really want to take apart the custom harness I made for it to work. I have seen TT sells a kit that has some resistors, but I want a full plug in unit.

There is probably a super simple solution, but then again, I am somewhat picky with what I want

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this plugs into?

I think it might replace the unit attached to the oem headlight bracket?

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On 6/20/2017 at 8:21 AM, Rhinoracer said:

Replaces the stock flasher.  Behind the headlight shroud.

so this will make my lights flash properly? what about if I also add front LEDs later on? Thinking about the Zeta handguards and the little LED strips for them

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If you change the flasher to an electronic one, then it will fix it. Here is how I did mine a bunch of years ago (2005).  Wow! I was only 47 then.

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got the unit today from amazon, wasn't the cheapest, but it was a prime item, so I got it fast. was $14.95

works great.. I installed it already

says it is from www.screamfox.com

I did see some cheaper ones, in the $10-12 range, but this was prime and I didn't want to wait a month for shipping from china

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Hey guys just piggy backing off the electrical since I also just put the 602's on my bike.... I also bought the Acerbis Vision headlight and xc zeta handguards, I have the turn signals working and running light, but having trouble with the high beams anyone run into this issue?  It's a simple wiring issue but I havn't figured it out and don't want to burn anything out in the process.

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