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Ho to Fit LED tail light and mirror indicators

How do I fit and LED tail light with built in indicators (i have relays) to my 2012 675R? I also have LED mirrors with LED inicators and relays, how do I fit these, Help me please
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Yah iv been tryen to look thos up as well, do u have the china tail light

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Ok iv read several posts, so if u just instal imtegrated tail, that may be illegal in ur state, and ud need to buy a relay for blinker rate, if u keep existing turn signals no need for relay. So what iv been tryen to figure out, how should I run it so both stock turnsignals and integrated wrk together

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Also what integrated mirrors do u have, most are junk, they don't sit at proper angle, only good mod I saw was with ducati integrated mirrors, that where way to much money, but looked sick, and the guy used our oem base with those

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Ok iv read several posts, so if u just instal imtegrated tail, that may be illegal in ur state, and ud need to buy a relay for blinker rate, if u keep existing turn signals no need for relay. So what iv been tryen to figure out, how should I run it so both stock turnsignals and integrated wrk together

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If you keep existing turn signals, you do not need the relay. the reason for the relay is that led do not have enough resistance to disrupt the flasher to make the signals blink. remove the seat. trace turn signal wires from turn signal to plug under seat. each turn signal should have two wires. hot and ground. the turn signal wires from the integrated tail light will have two wires for each signal hot and ground.connect hot from left signal of integrated to hot of existing signal. then connect ground of integrated to ground of existing signal. Turn on left signal. existing left signal and integrated left signal shoul work . now do the right signal the same way.
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China ebay unit only has yellow wire and yellow black left, plug includes ground so no need to worry about that

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The ground is handled off the Brake light so isn't required. You need to either splice into the existing wires (they are located on the left side along with the brake connector). These run down through the stock fender if you have it on and they use the green and blue wires (as far as I recall) and you tap the yellow wires onto those. Also, if you are using the resistors, you don't need a relay or the stock signals as they provide the required resistance.

If your running more than one set of LED lights, just get the flasher relay. They are fairly cheap and you don't have to worry about heating issues.

For the mirrors, you run them down and tap into the front turn signal wires.
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