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Tail lights

Ok, I know there probably is 1000 posts on this but I just figured I'd ask to see if I could get a quick answer...I wanted to get the clear alternatives tail light with the integrated signals but I was wondering if anyone sells it with the corrective resistors???? cause I don't want turbo blinkers...
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i thought they came with resistors?
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nah, well I got the lights from a different site cheaper...and then just got the resistors from clear alternatives themselves :) hope it works out well
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different site? unless its a bootleg c.a. copy then maybe it doesnt come with resistors but all c.a. led taillights come with the resistors. you shouldnt have any problems. good luck on the install!

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I only put in 1 resistor cuz it blinks too slow with both, it overheated. Too bad the trick flasher doesn't work on 600rr
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i just installed the clear alternatives, it should have came with two. ^ you are suposed to use one per turn signal not one for the both of them.

I have been trying to find smaller one's but no one sells the 20w resisters that come with it

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yo if i can find the resistors i have you can have them, just pay shipping. i just have to remember where i put them at
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crap, so wait, if you buy the resistors from clear alternatives, it only comes with one?????? thats not good...
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When I got my tail light it came with everything I needed. Splice clips, resistors, etc. I think someone posted that you need 25 ohm resistors. Just go to radio shack and get them, and then tape the hell out of them so when they get hot the electrical tape will melt to them making a nice seal.

EDIT: It is NOT a 25ohm resistor. It was 20w 8ohm. Sorry!

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When I got my tail light it came with everything I needed. Splice clips, resistors, etc. I think someone posted that you need 25 ohm resistors. Just go to radio shack and get them, and then tape the hell out of them so when they get hot the electrical tape will melt to them making a nice seal.

EDIT: It is NOT a 25ohm resistor. It was 20w 8ohm. Sorry!
Where did you mount your resistors?
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