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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-15-2019, 02:52 PM Thread Starter
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Rizoma turn signals front and rear help!

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I have now got rizomas fitted front and rear, all working but blinking to fast, so I have changed the type setting to 4 and saved it as it seems to be the only one that slowed them down.
They flash at the correct speed when the bike is not running but as soon as I start the bike they speed up again??

What am I doing wrong ?

I haven’t used the resistors would this be the problem, I was led to believe I wouldn’t need them.
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And also if The resistors are the problem do I need to use the two provided for each light or just one? So 4 in total for the front lights or just two? Thanks
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And also if The resistors are the problem do I need to use the two provided for each light or just one? So 4 in total for the front lights or just two? Thanks
One resistor per side, either front or back will usually do the trick.
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One resistor per side, either front or back will usually do the trick.[/QUOTE]

Perfect thank you! I will get onto this tomorrow
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Thanks guys, I have managed to slow the rate down by putting one resistor in the front left and one in the front right, so they work as they should but now the hazards don’t work, they flash once then just go off, would this be because there are no resistors on the rear?
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Hey guys, check out https://www.triumphbobberforum.com/f...tml#post164379 for the best way of adjusting this. No resistors required!
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