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Finally, I have that installed but didnt use the springs. I have a very bad habit of not switching off my blinkers. This is awesome and highly recommended!
 

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Have it....love it. Have had one installed on all my bikes since 2004. :cool::D
 

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Bought raw leds for the front, mini bullet leds for the rear and kisan signal minder and honda dealer has been trying to get them to work for a week and a half. Still have my bike and still not working. :(
 

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Finally, I have that installed but didnt use the springs. I have a very bad habit of not switching off my blinkers. This is awesome and highly recommended!
I too keep forgetting to turn off the sig. I hope this will help
 

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Finally, I have that installed but didnt use the springs. I have a very bad habit of not switching off my blinkers. This is awesome and highly recommended!
Hi Evil,

Does it have a switch for the hazards? If it does, where does the switch fit? Also, how does the 'cancel' function work? Is it a timer or a sensor?

Cheers

Gary
 

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From what I under stand It dose have hazards Light. You have to push it 3x to the right and it will put it in all four flashing light that is running light hazards mode. Or you can call it escort mode.
 

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Hi Evil,

Does it have a switch for the hazards? If it does, where does the switch fit? Also, how does the 'cancel' function work? Is it a timer or a sensor?

Cheers

Gary
It does have the Escort mode but I didnt hook it up that way because I didnt want the rear on as running lights. You can adjust the sensor to turn off. If the sensor runs past the clicks then it turns off. In order to use the signals again you have to push the signal button to reset it. Its a PIA but at least my signals arent blinking for the next 3 miles lol. Highly recommended but to get all out of it you have to put springs in the signal housing. I didnt understand how to do it so I left it out.Your call
 

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It does have the Escort mode but I didnt hook it up that way because I didnt want the rear on as running lights. You can adjust the sensor to turn off. If the sensor runs past the clicks then it turns off. In order to use the signals again you have to push the signal button to reset it. Its a PIA but at least my signals arent blinking for the next 3 miles lol. Highly recommended but to get all out of it you have to put springs in the signal housing. I didnt understand how to do it so I left it out.Your call
Thanks for the info. I would use the "escort" mode as some of the riding I do is in thick fog.

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Gary
 

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Yea but at least my signals arent blinking for the next 3 miles lol. You are so right
 

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Here's an easier and much cheaper way! :D

 

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is it an easy install? Just remove the old relay ans install the new one?
 
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