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06-02-2017 10:58 AM
unslow1
Re: CBR954RR LED Turn Signal Flasher Relay

@RanGer498 I did read the thread, and I do agree

Just offering a readily available, quick & easy alternative. I have them on both 954s, and in my car. Only ONE resistor per circuit, not indicator. They don't get that hot. Hot to the touch, yes... but no melted plastic in over 2 years.

Not saying my setup is ideal, just an alternative.
06-01-2017 10:04 PM
RanGer498 Unslow1 If you read the thread people are looking to avoid using the resistors, to add it's $15 for 2 + $15 for another 2 if your doing all 4 tuturn signals led ..so that's $30 beans plus you need to find a place for each resistor since you can't mountell them on plastic...the relay is much better and cheaper for most.
11-24-2016 6:01 PM
unslow1
Re: CBR954RR LED Turn Signal Flasher Relay

Not to take away from the OP, but for less than $15 (USD) one can go to the local autoparts store and install these with zero tools. easy peasy. Install one wire to hot (while blinking), other to ground. Took me less than :10, and got rid of my "hyper-blinking" indicators



For the record... I have Clear Alternatives LED integrated taillights on both of my 954s, I installed these under my rear seat on the subframe, and they work great.
11-24-2016 11:39 AM
ZheBladeRunner
Re: CBR954RR LED Turn Signal Flasher Relay


According to this video for the 600, you might be able to just disconnect from that blue connector as TST Industries shows, then use the connector from the relay kit if it is like the one TST has for the 600RR.
10-20-2016 6:16 PM
kahlilj
Re: CBR954RR LED Turn Signal Flasher Relay

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Thanks for the elucidation
10-20-2016 3:38 PM
Jaybird180
Re: CBR954RR LED Turn Signal Flasher Relay

Thanks for the elucidation
10-20-2016 2:11 AM
kahlilj
Re: CBR954RR LED Turn Signal Flasher Relay

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I meant signal lights. Where are they connected in the circuit?
see my post #41 in this thread and some of the messages i exchanged with the OP that led up to it. this should help:
https://www.fireblades.org/forums/hon...tml#post692128
10-19-2016 6:55 AM
Jaybird180
Re: CBR954RR LED Turn Signal Flasher Relay

And the handlebar switch for that matter?
10-19-2016 6:55 AM
Jaybird180
Re: CBR954RR LED Turn Signal Flasher Relay

I meant signal lights. Where are they connected in the circuit?
10-19-2016 4:21 AM
DannyC
Re: CBR954RR LED Turn Signal Flasher Relay

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Excuse my ignorance, but I don't see the connection to the lights on the diagram. Do the lights draw power (and on/off capability) from another line in the circuit?
That diagram is purely to do with the indicators. By 'lights' I assume you mean head/tail lights which do, of course, take power from a different circuit?
10-18-2016 1:43 PM
Jaybird180
Re: CBR954RR LED Turn Signal Flasher Relay

I came to this thread looking for information before I change the front blinkers to the integrated mirror blinkers. No clear indication if I'll have some of the same challenges, though I suspect as much


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Originally Posted by msebastianCBR View Post
Old thread but does anyone know if it matters which side of the connector the relay goes on.

Update: Never mind above post, the elfr-1 from customled.com is hooked up and the signals work perfectly now.
I'm looking at this site now
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Excuse my ignorance, but I don't see the connection to the lights on the diagram. Do the lights draw power (and on/off capability) from another line in the circuit?
07-09-2016 11:53 AM
TheRocket
Re: CBR954RR LED Turn Signal Flasher Relay

I would just like to give a big THANK YOU to the creator of this thread. I ordered the "Plug-and-play" ELFR-1 Electronic LED Flasher Relay from Customled.com, and realized this morning it was not at all plug-and-play for CBR954RR (wrongly on the compatibility list for this product).

I followed the instructions in this thread, cut the white/green and grey wire (from the blue harness) and connected the new relay (black wire to grey, white/green to red). Flashers works perfectly!

/ Jonas
06-22-2016 11:42 PM
messick53
Re: CBR954RR LED Turn Signal Flasher Relay

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Do you have anything else hooked up to your turn signals? like incandescent lighting?
Srry took soo long & i kno its old but no i don't
08-15-2015 12:53 PM
akanitro
Re: CBR954RR LED Turn Signal Flasher Relay

Never mind. Late night, brain not working. Got it, works perfect.
08-15-2015 12:19 AM
akanitro
Re: CBR954RR LED Turn Signal Flasher Relay

Just tried the EP34 relay from Advanced Auto and turn signals still stay solid(no flash), the relay will click every 16 seconds in my hand but turn signals do not flash when this happens. I wired the relay in downstream of the blue harness connector. Going to try the other 2 prong relay and see what happens.
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