Thanks a lot for your help! The reason I noticed this blinking is because I had an little accident with a bird, a big bird. It cracked my head light, broke most of the fasteners from the light and the front cowl.
my guess is that you have a not-the-best ground somewhere... but does it only do that at idlespeed? do you have any aftermarket or auxillary lighting/bulbs? I suppose it could
be early signs of a potentially failing/weak stator and/or regulator/rectifier... but I'm just spitballing here. a multimeter with service manual in hand will give you more definitive results
I hope someone with more electrical knowledge chimes in... good luck and let us know what you find out.
I could have a broken wire, because of the bird and that causes a bad ground. It blinks even with 5000 rpm.
Turn signals are aftermarket halogens, but they have been there for the last five years and haven't noticed any blinking before.
Stator has been changed this summer, it is handmade, so it should be fine. The voltage-output was within the specs. R/R was also changed to a new Hi-power 'Series' model.
I agree with UNSLOW.
Have you upgraded or improved the connections on the regulator/rectifier? That could be dragging the whole system down. There's a crapload of threads on this. Also, are the turn signals LED's and do you have resistors or load simulators on them? They may be too big. Check your main ground on the motor too. Whenever Aluminum is mated to copper on a electrical connection tiny little crystals can form in between them like sand. You ever unscrew a light bulb and it feels like sand is in the socket, its because of the aluminum base. Just clean and use some connection grease like comes with light bulbs at the auto parts store. Just a thin coat will do.
I had to make a little extension to the R/R-cable. Thank you! I have to check that.
Turn signals are halogens, so no resistors needed.
Main ground has been tightened, but will do it again and grease it also.