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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 05-02-2017, 01:07 PM
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That's them.......
Outstanding, now to source the proper relay that doesn't cost $300USD...


For those that are wondering here are the part numbers for what you need. Now, the collar, nut and rubber mounting may not be necessary, but the rest are.

33400MJPG61 - R.FR
33450MJPG61 - L.FR
33600MJPG61 - R.RR
33650MJPG61 - L.RR
38301MJPG61 - relay comp winker

33612MEED00 - rubber mounting x4
33611MEED00 - collar x4
9405006070 - nut x4
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Outstanding, now to source the proper relay that doesn't cost $300USD...


For those that are wondering here are the part numbers for what you need. Now, the collar, nut and rubber mounting may not be necessary, but the rest are.

33400MJPG61 - R.FR
33450MJPG61 - L.FR
33600MJPG61 - R.RR
33650MJPG61 - L.RR
38301MJPG61 - relay comp winker

33612MEED00 - rubber mounting x4
33611MEED00 - collar x4
9405006070 - nut x4
If you look at any of the sites selling the integrated LED turn signals for barkbusters or sw motech handgaurds, there's an optional relay you can purchase. Might work with the euro LEDs

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Just to add into this thread...........the US bikes have a different main wiring loom to the Euro bikes. The Euro bikes have a 13 pin LED relay for the LED indicators, but the US bikes do not have this facility in the wiring loom.
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https://www.amazon.com/Lockhart-Phil.../dp/B002FDINEU

http://www.lockhartphillipsusa.com/L...KI-YAMAHA.html

Note: the Lockhart Phillips LED Flash relay will adjust the flash on two turn signals.


Can't understand why the LED relay costs so much. Take a look at the above links that should provide a solution.
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Has anyone figured this out yet? I would love to upgrade my signals to these.
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Has anyone figured this out yet? I would love to upgrade my signals to these.
You'll need to order the parts listed above and then either run an inline resistor or new relays.

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33400MJPG61 - R.FR
33450MJPG61 - L.FR
33600MJPG61 - R.RR
33650MJPG61 - L.RR
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I use Barkbusters for their original intended purpose - to shed off slappers and protect levers, bars and hands when I drop the bike off-road.

The idea of putting turn signals on the outside of something designed to get bashed escapes me.
I'm sure that you have a point for those riders that are often on small trails with branches and difficult terrain to negotiate.

Many Adventure riders ride made up roads and unmade roads/logging trails and often the use the same bike to commute. Anything, when commuting in traffic, that helps cagers see you and where you intend to go, has to be a good thing. If the bark buster indicators ever get trashed they'd be easy enough to replace. For the majority of riders I doubt that will be very often, if at all.

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That solves the mystery. I have seen pictures of ATs with these LED turn signals(winkers) and think they look really sweet. Gonna have to put them on the list of upgrades!
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That solves the mystery. I have seen pictures of ATs with these LED turn signals(winkers) and think they look really sweet. Gonna have to put them on the list of upgrades!
Be prepared to fork out around $400 with shipping to get these...
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