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stevie16v
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My flasher relay on my yamaha sr 125 has packed it in. Went into halfords and the local motorstore but with no joy. Tons of 21w relays, but no 4w relays. Is there an alternative i can use? the spec for mine, i beleive its 10w x 2 + 1.7w.

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Yeah theres a couple. But they dont tend to stock motorbike stuff. WHo wouldve thought a relay would have been so hard to get! lol

What would happen if i put in a relay with a higher wattage? would it affect how the signal worked?

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Yeah i seen that bill, cheers. I was hoping to try and get one local because i have only managed to get my bike 100% and on the road today, wanting to practice tomorrow again. But cant with no flashers! lol

 


you got arms :lol: :lol: thats what they used b 4 indicators......might be a bit dangerous though .......

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Yeah i seen that bill, cheers. I was hoping to try and get one local because i have only managed to get my bike 100% and on the road today, wanting to practice tomorrow again. But cant with no flashers! lol

 


you got arms :lol: :lol: thats what they used b 4 indicators......might be a bit dangerous though .......

 


LOL yeah i know. But my bike control isn't erm quite up to scratch so dont want to complicate it more and end up eating concrete!

I bought a 21w flasher unit from halfords. Seems to be working ok, although its peeing it down so just checked to make sure it worked!

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