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  1. Gday all Supermofoolz, I'm a new guy. First post. I'm in New Zealand and I've had my black 2009 DRZ400sm for 4 years now, it's been my daily ride/commuter hack all that time, all seasons. I love it. My mods over the years: 3x3, stage 1 jet kit, FMF Powerbomb full system, braided brake hoses front and back, Michelin Pilot Power tyres 120/17 and 150/17, dropped the forks 12mm, Acerbis Cyclope headlight unit, Acerbis front fender, brush guards and tail unit, Renthal sticky grips, pillion pegs eliminated, underslung convex mirrors, black crash bobbins, tail tidy fender eliminator with LED tail/stop light and now, LED indicators with a TST Industries relay. I went to add the new front LED blinkers to it, and expected to find something (ideally) like a 10mm mounting hole behind the old indicators, only to be faced with a massive rebate through the oe mounting bracket. Image below for those unfamiliar. I believe the DRZ400e has the same oe brackets. So, my shiny new aftermarket LED indicators have a 10mm thread. The rebate in the oe mount is 16mm in diameter. Dammit. Off to the interwebs I went, looking for an adapter, perhaps on FleaBay (nope) or maybe a shiny-shiny go-faster store has something - SRMoto has brackets they'll sell you for USD9.99, but you have to spend 40 minimum and then postage from OH to NZ is twice that so &%$#@! it. Improvise, adapt and overcome! I had an idea about 3D printing adapters, so I drew a sketchy AF sketch and planted the seed... TBC
  2. Joe Schmoe

    TE511 Turn Signal Wiring

    Hi Everyone, So I recently picked up my new 2013 TE511 ! Very excited, but I do have a problem. When I bought the bike from the owner he used it for off trail riding only and took off the turn signals / license plate. He said 'all you'd need to do is hook it up'. No problem I thought, right?! Well turns out I took off the headlight to expose the electricals but I think he pulled out quite a few wires and the flasher module. Can anyone take a look below and let me know what these taped up wires go to and how to hook up the lights? Do I need a three pin flasher module or a two pin? One of the photos shows the entire area with the missing flasher module in the top right. Another Image shows two sets of 'blue wire, brown wire'. There is a close up of a yellow, red, and black wire taped off. Lastly, there is the photo of the green, black, white wires coming from one of the turn signals. How do I hook this up?
  3. edmuliz

    New DR350, several different questions!

    Hi guys! I have just bought my 1996 DR 350SE and I'm super happy about it! This will be my second moto after Aprilia RS 125 I'm preparing it for 'technical inspection' on Tuesday and I hope you could help me with several questions that I have: 1) The front light was disconnected and I had to sort out the wiring. Once connected, I noticed that even with the high beam off the indicator is slightly lit (see the attached picture). Shout it be like this? 2) When I was connecting the front light I noted two wires connected to nowhere. I traced them back to the clutch lever. Any ideas what they are for and should I fix it? 3) Do you use fully or semi synthetic engine oil? 4) I have to connect turn signals in order to have the motorcycle road legal, but I didn't see any mounts nor any loose wires. Where should I attach and connect the turn signals? Thanks guys in advance! ^^
  4. charcoalford

    Crf250l led turn signals

    Hey guys I just installed drc fender eliminator and 601 turn signals and other than the fast flashing everything works right, when I go to do the front ones the lights won't blink if I attach the oem turn signals at the same time as the leds they flash just fine. Came to the conclusion that the leds in the front don't pull enough power to blink on there own. What can I do to fix this I don't mind the fast rate flashing I just need them to come on. Currently all four leds wired in and no flashing.
  5. All right guys could use some help here. Last year I sold my motocross bike and decided I was going to convert my 2015 500 EXC into a more moto friendly setup. As I was doing so I started removing items I felt "unnecessary" (headlights, tail light, turn signals, etc) and put that stuff aside for when I wanted to put it back in street legal trim. Shortly after I had to move and put the bike in storage for a few months until I found a new place with a garage. So that brings us to now, I just pulled the bike out and decided to put all the dual sport stuff back on and make it street legal but can not get the turn signals to work. So here's the situation, Head light and tail/break light work, horn also works and everything is plugged in correctly but I suspect I might have gotten a bit trigger happy when removing the "unnecessary" components as I have found what appears to be a ground wire at the bottom of the bin I stored the removed parts in. I can't remember where this came from or why I cut the wire (see picture below) but I suspect this is the reason my turn signals aren't working. To add to my confusion, tucked behind the headlight I found a random female end of a bullet connector with nothing plugged into it and I'm not sure what would have gone there and if I removed that or it's just an extra accessory wire. The piece of wire I found that I cut has a female end on it doesn't plug in there :/ I also purchased the ktm service manual but the wiring diagram is so complicated I can't tell what is what. So if you own a 13- 15 500 exc or have knowledge in this area here's what I need to know... 1.What is the female bullet connector behind the headlight supposed to be used for? 2.Is the clipped black wire I found in my box the culprit for my faulty turn signals ? 3.If so, where does that wire go on the bike? pics below If you have any info that can help me figure this out please share and thanks for reading this, cheers!
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