It is shown pictorially on page 102, item 15 of the Parts catalogue Mongoose posted in his thread 'My Poor Baby' (p.5).
Agreed, i already had a look on this one,however i want to know the actual physical location on the bike wherein this stuff is located.
e.g: under the LH fairing or RH fairing etc etc.
i will only disassemble/remove the relevant fairing in order to swap the stock relay with the new unit.
Biggest load of **** ever.The turn signals are controlled by an electronic module which also supplies a reduced voltage to the front for daytime running. It can't be swapped.
Excuse me! I'm looking at the schematic which shows a module with 7 wires plugged into it. The front turn signal bulbs are 7507 type. One filament. They use a normal ground that is common with the headlight. The running lights are dimmer than the turn signals and are lit by a lower voltage from the control unit.Biggest load of **** ever.
Excuse me! I'm looking at the schematic which shows a module with 7 wires plugged into it. The front turn signal bulbs are 7507 type. One filament. They use a normal ground that is common with the headlight. The running lights are dimmer than the turn signals and are lit by a lower voltage from the control unit.
Must be different countries allow or don't allow the extra use of the front turn signals as running lights. I am in the process of modding mine further to act as the blasters with a Skene flicker module using yellow, 6 degree leds to make my own high brightness bulb replacements. I could just use the nice off the shelf yellow led bulbs I have in there now but they don't blast in the daylight nearly as much as the Skene light units which I should be able to surpass even while fitting neatly into the stock lenses. The Skene Designs IQ-150-TS module will also be used through diodes to add conspicuity flicker to my led tail light ("the Braker") and ultra bright plate light which was changed to a powerful led down firing dome light bulb. I bought a bag of red leds to make bulbs to mod the rear turn signals to 1157 type two level tail/ turn function but after seeing how much visibility the ultra bright plate light adds, I may not bother with that which would be a lot more work changing the sockets and wiring from single to double.We have way different setup on out bikes, Due to the different markets. I thought they would have used the same system, In Australia, our turn signals, the only light that comes out of them is when they flash.