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  • R&G Racing Turn Signal Resistors - 9.8 Ohm
  • R&G Racing Turn Signal Resistors - 21.5 Ohm

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R&G Racing Signal Resistors

Most bikes with incandescent turn signals often encounter the problem of a faster flash rate when switching to LED turn signals. The solution to this inherent problem are resistors. 

Select the 9.8 Ohm resistor when going from a 21 watt turn signal to an LED turn signal.

Select the 21.5 Ohm resistor when going from a 10 watt incandescent turn signal to an LED turn signal.

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This is a universal fit part; it may or may not fit without modification.

  • May require splicing/cutting of OEM wiring harness for installation 
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RG Racing Turn Signal Resistors 3 5 3 3
Did not work! I build guitar amplifiers and special effects for my business, the best in the world. I know I wired this right! I used shrink tube for a professional look and to keep wires from touching each other and I took my sweet time with every connection. My FZ-07 still reads the low voltage and blinks fast. It blinked more normal than fast, back and fourth when I did the back, but after I did the front, they all blink fast. It was a complete waste of time and all that junk is still wired in there. I guess I should have got an LED signal relay, I guess I still have to get one. In retrospect, I should have tested the resistors first with my Fluke. If one is not wired right or broken, they all fail. It could also be that the bike just is not compatible. It is a 2015 and probably sensitive to changes in the electrical system or it could be snipping the driving light wires too. If anyone out there knows any other info on why, let me know. July 31, 2015
Worked perfectly Added R&G aero indicators and this product adapted them perfectly for my 2014 BMW S1KR. March 30, 2015
Resistors are great... Maybe So I got these bad boys to fix my spastic blinkers, got everything hooked up. and my blinkers stopped working period. Switched the way i had things set up and still nothing. I'm not sure what i may have done wrong or if I got a bad set but INSTRUCTIONS would be nice. I'm a wrencher and couldn't get this thing to work right so a lilt help here RG... August 18, 2014
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H A: LED turn signals on FZ-09, DID NOT USE. Mar 26, 2015
Chase W asked: Which one would I get for a 2014 Triumph Street Triple R? Mar 16, 2015
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Enio R: None, they do not work, with or without them you will get hyperblink with the turn signals Mar 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: What type do Ii get to replace the stock signals on an FZ-07? Sep 7, 2014
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Peter CStaff: I THINK the 21.5ohm is what you want. I bought the 21.5 on the advice of a mechanic friend. But I have not installed them yet. Sep 8, 2014
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Terrence L asked: 9.8 or 21.5 Omh for a 2006 Suzuki SV650? Mar 29, 2015
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
9.8 Ohm 961296 RGR0001 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
21.5 Ohm 961297 RGR0002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours