[QUOTE=Guzzilazz;154181: In the UK there are lots of places with multiple turns in a short distance, so I may only indicate 20 yards or less, so as not to confuse others. No self canceller I've yet met could cope with that[/QUOTE]
My Indian Scout version seems to work fine for just about any turns. I sure get used to it. I use the Scout for longer trips so when I come to the Bobber it takes me awhile to adjust to the signal being a manual shut-off. I also think the cancel switch requires a bit more pressure than it should, needing to press down firmly or it sometimes doesn’t cancel. A softer touch would IMO make much more sense. After all, it’s just canceling the signal not turning it on. Like DOCGSS, I’m also mystified why Triumph doesn’t include this since the Bobber is way ahead of my Scout on key tech like traction control and ABS. For lane changing I wish it had what my Mini Cooper has (and probably other cars) which is a soft push and the signal goes on for about 3-seconds then turns off. It doesn’t run continuously unless you push the signal stalk to the second position which you’d do in a full 90 degree left/right turn, you’re in a turning lane or want to signal way ahead that you’re planning a turn. May be all small issues but, it’s one less distraction.