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    I bought a Kuryakyn LED kit with the turn signals built in. I've chopped both front a rear signals. I don't have any intention of using front signals again, so what do I need to do to make the rear signals flash correctly?

    This is on a 1997 XL1200C

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    Quote Originally Posted by seansatfoh905 View Post
    I bought a Kuryakyn LED kit with the turn signals built in. I've chopped both front a rear signals. I don't have any intention of using front signals again, so what do I need to do to make the rear signals flash correctly?

    This is on a 1997 XL1200C

    Cheers
    The flasher doesn't know how many lights you have.... Wire it just like you have four lights without the two front...

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    By the way this is the How to tech section. Not the how do I section...

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    Quote Originally Posted by seansatfoh905 View Post
    I bought a Kuryakyn LED kit with the turn signals built in. I've chopped both front a rear signals. I don't have any intention of using front signals again, so what do I need to do to make the rear signals flash correctly?

    This is on a 1997 XL1200C

    Cheers
    the flasher module shouldn't care about load like a mechanical flasher, so like tattoo said wire it all like normal, if nothing else you can wire LF and LR together and RF RR together and use a resistors to trick it into thinking it has a load like a regular bulb.

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