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is there a way to make the stop/running lights on the rear of a 919 work as the turn signals also... without spending 80 bucks..........

i tried the search feature but a.d.d. kicked in........



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I have heard of a thing that can do that but for the life of me i cant remember what it is .. but autozone probably has this little black box with wires coming out of it that will work ..




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I have heard of a thing that can do that but for the life of me i cant remember what it is .. but autozone probably has this little black box with wires coming out of it that will work ..
any idea what it is or how much it costs.... or what its name it??



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let me check a few old links that i have when I was doing a integrated turn signal search ..




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is there a way to make the stop/running lights on the rear of a 919 work as the turn signals also... without spending 80 bucks..........

i tried the search feature but a.d.d. kicked in........
Goto a U-Haul place and pick a converter module for vehicles that use seperate signals and brake lamps. Works the same as a integrator kit. Cost's less then $20 if I remeber correctly.

Did this before one of my bikes. Worked fine except the signals blinked a little fast


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Goto a U-Haul place and pick a converter module for vehicles that use seperate signals and brake lamps. Works the same as a integrator kit. Cost's less then $20 if I remeber correctly.

Did this before one of my bikes. Worked fine except the signals blinked a little fast
+1 and an LED resistor will fix the flash, or you can use a new flasher.

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ok that first link tk919 put up .......... that way works really good......... i now have intergrated tail and signal lights........ i will post picks when i get it all put back together.......



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Didn't know you could do that... I went ahead and got the smoke lensed CA led kit.

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