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Fastie-Flashie saga

Discussion in 'Tech Q&A' started by Diamond Dave, Mar 24, 2021.

  1. Diamond Dave

    Diamond Dave New Member

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    Fastie-flashie saga still, heres oem room temp at 1.3 ohm.
    Put 100ohm resister in line & still same fast flash (motor off)
    Plug in oem & slow flash.
    Start bike & both oem & led flash slow/same speed.
    This is bonkers!
    Load equalizer installed
    Rear & front LED
    Tried a 68ohm inline= fast flash
    Actually looks like it needs lower resistance to flash slow, seeing as flashes slow while running, will just leave be.... but still makes me head-scratch
     

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  2. lou8700

    lou8700 Well-Known Member

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    Are you trying to solve a problem with the stock system or are you trying to modify it?

    BTW, Nice multimeter, I wouldn't trade my Fluke 77 I've had for over 30 years for anything else.
     
  3. Diamond Dave

    Diamond Dave New Member

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    Yes,,, love this meter, had since 1992!
    Removed stock incandescent & installed LED’s front & rear.
    Installed load equalizer & still flashes fast when motor off, but normal/slow when motor running.
    Will work nonetheless, but seems an odd thing to be happening,
    If I plug in an oem lamp (motor off) will flash slow again. can’t seem to match the load
     
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