The Mototeck Load Resistors are a bit expensive IMO. $27.99 No way. I did the same thing with a Tridon EL-12 electronic flasher relay from AutoZone for $8.99 and a KURYAKYN # 6004865 load equalizer for $5.00 from my local dealership. I only have one load equalizer for the entire turn signal system. It has two purple wires and one black wire. On the MOTOTECK undertail LED's all I did was tap into one black wire with the black wire from the load equalizer and tap into each yellow wire with each of the two purple wires. I then plugged the Tridon EL12 flasher relay back into the female connectors that I had installed on the wires. Make sure you plug the Orange wire into the "L" marked on the bottom of the EL12 relay. I used some double sided tape and mount the load equalizer to the rear frame. And presto. I turned the key and turned on my hazard flashers and they flash at a normal rate, just like stock turn signals do. Turn signals right and left also work properly. Problem fixed.dubbs693 said:So you jus wire the load balancer and relay inline? If I were to get the mototek undertail kit would I need another relay and load balancer?
Also, I can't believe people are catching an attitude with you.. You write up long answers and they say you are trying to be an asshole... why the hell did he ask for help if he didn't want an answer? Also to the other ppl he explains why so you can understand what is going on, not just blindly giving you the answers.
Tridon EL12 Electronic Flasher $8.99 at AutoZone
Kuryakyn Load Equalizer # 6004865 $5.00 at Dealership
Front turn signals MOTOTECK flushlines clears lenses with Amber LED's each
front turn signal has two clusters of 9 LED's one cluster is aiming sideways
and the other cluster is aimed forward at an angle for a total of 18 LED's
per turn signal. The come in all types of bulb colors LED or filament.
Single circuit or dual circuit. So when ordering them be very attentive
with your choices on the drop down menu's before placing your order to
ensure to get the right ones. You have to remove the entire upper front cowling to install the flushline
turn signals. Remove you windscreen and mirrors first. There is one wiring
harness in front of your gauge cluster that you will need to unhook and a
clap on the tubing for the ram-air system that you just squeeze together
with a pair of pliers. They are like a sandwich and the two screws require
a 1/4 inch end wrench to be properly tightened in a very restricted space.
The two screws in each turn signal will need to be completely run in and out
before the installation into the cowling, this is to ensure that they
install smoothly so the little screws don't crack the lenses during the
installation process. Do this in a place where you can sit the upper
cowling down some place like on a blanket or a towel so you don't scratch
your paint or your headlight lenses. I slipped 1 inch pieces of 3M shrink
wrap tubing over the wires and slid it out of the way, then twisted and
soldered the wires for the turn signals. Then slide the 3M shrink wrap
tubing into place and heat it with a lighter until it shrinks, thus sealing
your connection off from the elements.
If you have any specific questions that you feel can't be answered on the forum. I can help you over the phone like I did "Grimy" in California. It was easier for me to explain to him over the phone. He had lots of questions. He just installed the Mototeck flushlines and undertail like I have on his 06 ZZR. Everything turned out just fine for him too. Let me know, I'll be glad to help. On the other side of things those were my intentions, to help. But I guess I'm a true "asshole" for offering helpful information to the problems others are having with there ZZR600 modifications. They can take it how they wish. Thanks for the kinds words, they mean allot. Ride Safe, Jay
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