I have an odd one that I couldn't find in any searches, but I might not be using the right keywords. Anyway, first ride and I broke two of the stock blinkers. No biggee, I was planning on replacing them anyway. I do 99% of my riding off road, so DOT stuff is just for connecting trails. I replaced the stockers with some bulb type from Cycle Gear (the type with the sticky backing)...simple and cheap. No problem with the install, but a couple of odd symptoms. When the bike isn't running, they take about 5 seconds to start blinking when the switch is activiated. If you turn them off and right back on, they blink immediately. If you wait 15 seconds or longer, it will again take about 5 seconds to come on. Almost like a capacitive effect? Even stranger, if you start the bike, they take about 10 seconds or so to come on, with the same symptom of starting right away if you turn them off and right back on, but again taking 10 seconds or so to start if you wait 15 seconds or longer. I thought bulb type replacements were pretty straight forward and you only needed a modification for LED types? Any ideas? Not a major issue, but I'm just curious.