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Old 01-27-2014, 12:02 PM   #1
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Hi guys,

Have a set of 4 original Yamaha LED Blinkers that I took off my XT660X so that I could put it on the MT-09. The thing here is that the MT-09 has these white connectors that the Yamaha LED blinkers don't have.

Here is what's in the box Yamaha LED Blinkers:

http://images.cmsnl.com/img/products...20-01_4c3e.jpg

As you can see the connections of the blinkers are not the same as the connectors on the bike. Has anyone mounted Yamaha LED blinkers with some plug and play connectors? Is so where did you get them? I really don't want to start splicing wires on the new bike.

Thanks,
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Hi guys,

Have a set of 4 original Yamaha LED Blinkers that I took off my XT660X so that I could put it on the MT-09. The thing here is that the MT-09 has these white connectors that the Yamaha LED blinkers don't have.

Here is what's in the box Yamaha LED Blinkers:

http://images.cmsnl.com/img/products...20-01_4c3e.jpg

As you can see the connections of the blinkers are not the same as the connectors on the bike. Has anyone mounted Yamaha LED blinkers with some plug and play connectors? Is so where did you get them? I really don't want to start splicing wires on the new bike.

Thanks,
Get them here, Motodynamic.com - LED Tail Lights CBR 600RR 1000RR R1 R6 FZ1 FZ6 Monster 848 Ninja Daytona

Cut the bullet connectors off and splice these to it.

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The connectors are different, not the same as the one from motodynamic. They are square. I will try to take a picture of them and put it here.
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The connectors are different, not the same as the one from motodynamic. They are square. I will try to take a picture of them and put it here.
I got you. The ones are what are used on the FZ-09 and most North American Yamaha's. I didn't notice till I read the message again but you have the MT-09 and Yamaha uses different connectors for the signal lights. Just cut the connector off of the original signal lights, leave enough wire and just splice together.
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I got you. The ones are what are used on the FZ-09 and most North American Yamaha's. I didn't notice till I read the message again but you have the MT-09 and Yamaha uses different connectors for the signal lights. Just cut the connector off of the original signal lights, leave enough wire and just splice together.
I hope no one does a hack job when splicing it
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I hope no one does a hack job when splicing it
Shouldn't be an issue, 2 wires X2, but you never know. I would forgo the load resistors and just get a new electronic flasher. Resistors tend to bounce around or take up room in the storage compartment.
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Shouldn't be an issue, 2 wires X2, but you never know. I would forgo the load resistors and just get a new electronic flasher. Resistors tend to bounce around or take up room in the storage compartment.

And where do you connect this electronic flasher? Do you only need one or four electronic flashers?

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And where do you connect this electronic flasher? Do you only need one or four electronic flashers?

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You replace your OEM flasher with an electronic flasher. They are available thru Ebay, approx. $20 - $25 USD. Flasher is under the seat.
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