Led Blinkers

Discussion in 'Softail Models' started by DONNIE PAIGE, Oct 3, 2008.

  1. DONNIE PAIGE

    DONNIE PAIGE New Member

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    do you have to install one of those badlander box's to run LED blinkers on a 2000 deuce?

    thanks again,
    buddha_88
     
  2. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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    It depends on the manufacturer, some need them and some don't. Check out their web page.
     
  3. DONNIE PAIGE

    DONNIE PAIGE New Member

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    ok buddy, thanks, i'll probably just call them cause i didnt see anything on there website. it is Demon Cycles handlebars that have the led's in the cross bar. it won't hurt anything to just wire them up and try them right?

    thanks
     
  4. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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    You can give it a try but I doubt they will work. The TSM/TSSM is calculated to operate on a certain draw and if it's changed too much, it will not operate and probably set a code.
     
  5. DONNIE PAIGE

    DONNIE PAIGE New Member

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    ok buddy, thanks alot.
     
  6. hntwrobin

    hntwrobin Active Member

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    The easiest installs that I've dealt with over the years are the KURYAKYN's they are typically a direct fit and have the load equalizer with them. I run them on the back of my RoadKing. Not sure what they have for the 09 SG but will probably switch soon. The Panacea tailight and turn signal setup is great as they are all run and brake lights nobody can say I didn't see you from behind!:D
     
  7. Blackie Carbon

    Blackie Carbon New Member

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    Installed LED's on my 06 Heritage and set a code every time I used them (also blinked 100 times a second!). Installed Kuryakyn load equalizers #4810 and 4857 with a #4837 adaptor. Simple to do (5 mins) and no more codes and correct blink speed. Can't use the emergency flashers with the equalizers tho' (too much heat generated) but it's no big deal to pull the seat and switch the wiring back for the rare occasions you use the flashers (like never).