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please help with blinker hookup

ok so i have flush mount led lights on the front and intergrated led taillight for the back and led lights in my new mirrors- my question is what size transistors do i use for each- it is a 08 cbr 600rr- any other advice would be greatly appreciated
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Re: please help with blinker hookup

1) Tranistors are not something you use unless you want to make a computer chip or a radio.

2) You are thinking of resistors.

What you should do to keep the flash the correct rate; replace the blinker and an electronic unit and the issue is solved.

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Re: please help with blinker hookup

but will i need just one or one for each fixture
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Re: please help with blinker hookup

if you don't mind the light blinking faster, you don't have to use anything
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Re: please help with blinker hookup

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but will i need just one or one for each fixture
You have only one blinker; it replaces the stock unit.

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Re: please help with blinker hookup

yeah but a buddy of mine said not using anything might result in nothing working at all-
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