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So this winter I had to put a new wiring harness in the bike as the old harness was ****. I recently bought flush mounts for the front, and the douche that owned the bike before me had installed an intergrated taillight. When I purchased the bike last year the integrated did not work with respect to the signals. Now that I have installed the new signals and bought the flush mounts I need to put in resistors. The resistor that was half assed into the taile section for the integrated was a 20 amp 5 Ohm. Can anyone please tell me what the proper resistor is that should be used for the integrated and the front flush mounts?

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I didnt use a resistor on my flush mounts. I did have to use a diode for the flush mount i ordered to work correctly because there wasn't two seperate led circuits for the run and flash functions. I'm assuming you want the resistor up front so it slow flashes like oem?
 

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yeah exactly so it's not going a million miles an hour. I don't **** about fcuk when it comes to electrical. I'm just guessing that resistors are needed in the back as well, cuz the kid who owned the bike before me had a burnt up resistor in the tail section that was half assed installed.
 

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Sorry man I'm not sure what ohm resister to use. Personally i thought the quick flash was more noticeable and perhaps a bit safer. Maybe someone else will chime in. Good Luck
 
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