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Thanks to Red for the step by step. Instead of using LED strips, i went with stalks with a clear lense.



After tooling around with the stockers, i finally figured out that the black housing on the front is one piece of rubber. I ended up cutting off the part that holds the stock lollis on, boring out the center to hold the nut, wired it and and man what a difference.



i had to do some modification to the rear as well, but i made it fit, and thats what counts.





Now im not sure if this has been covered, and i think it has. But since replacing the bulbs with LEDs, all four corners are on constantly. And, the indicators under the speedo are always on as well. Im guessing that there isnt enough load on the circuit to shut them off? I really dont mind though, cause riding around here in the city, ill take all the extra light i can.
 

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I also forgot to mention, the install of the Honda windshield. I took her for a spin after a day of modding, and i noticed with no helmet on that the wind beating my face was a minimum. Ill get to test it on the road tomorrow.

While im out testing, i also get to play with the new horn! The Stebel is loud, but not as loud as my car. Matter of fact, i think that the Stebel is just as loud as my lil air horn on my car. Loud enough, but if i could get the 151 dB train horn on the bike .... you could hear me coming from blocks away:eek:
 

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Now im not sure if this has been covered, and i think it has. But since replacing the bulbs with LEDs, all four corners are on constantly. And, the indicators under the speedo are always on as well. Im guessing that there isnt enough load on the circuit to shut them off? I really dont mind though, cause riding around here in the city, ill take all the extra light i can.
No, you have your wires crossed, running lights should not be on at the rear, this is giving feedback and lighting the indicators at the dash.
 

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I like the new signals they look good. I don't mind the stock lollipops myself but I do want to put the Kury deep dish bezels with smoked lenses on mine, <sighs> one of these days I'll get to it lol.
 

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No, you have your wires crossed, running lights should not be on at the rear, this is giving feedback and lighting the indicators at the dash.
there were only 2 wires at the rear. One blue or orange, and a black. Did i mistake the black for ground?
 

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there were only 2 wires at the rear. One blue or orange, and a black. Did i mistake the black for ground?
Green is always ground....! Are you talking about the negative wire or the - DC wire (usually black) or GROUND (green) there is a difference... Watch my video, also go to the RAW website, go to the contact section and they have a download for the hookup of their rear LED assembly, just make sure that all your wires are correct by bouncing them off of their little cheat sheet... then get back to us...
 

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Green is always ground....! Are you talking about the negative wire or the - DC wire (usually black) or GROUND (green) there is a difference... Watch my video, also go to the RAW website, go to the contact section and they have a download for the hookup of their rear LED assembly, just make sure that all your wires are correct by bouncing them off of their little cheat sheet... then get back to us...
Im sorry, as im tired as all hell. While trying to install the Stebel, i didnt realize that the relay was shot. I spent hours trying to figure out why the horn wouldnt work. Replaced the relay, and now she works just fine.

Yeah, the rear has either a blue or orange, and a green wire. I wired the yellow from the LED to the blue/orange and the green to the black wire on the LED. The fronts, there are 2 orange/2 blue and one green. I wired the 2 orange/blue to the yellow on the LED and the green to the black.
 

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Im sorry, as im tired as all hell. While trying to install the Stebel, i didnt realize that the relay was shot. I spent hours trying to figure out why the horn wouldnt work. Replaced the relay, and now she works just fine.

Yeah, the rear has either a blue or orange, and a green wire. I wired the yellow from the LED to the blue/orange and the green to the black wire on the LED. The fronts, there are 2 orange/2 blue and one green. I wired the 2 orange/blue to the yellow on the LED and the green to the black.
If your lights only have 2 wires, yellow and black, and you wired the blue AND the blue white to the yellow, then you are feeding the run light power back thru the signal indicator on the dash. If there are only 2 wires you will need a diode on the t/s lead to prevent that.
 

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so it turns out that with some help from guys here ( Red and Clue ) i figured out that it was the tracer wire up front that was throwing the 4 corners to stay on constantly. Performed a signal visectomy with a little snip snip and now she is all better.
 
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