Join Date: Dec 2013
Location: Sydney Australia
Mentioned: 7 Post(s)
There is only 1 down side to getting a replacement LED Flasher relay - when you blow a bulb the flash rate will not change. That is with the OLD flasher relay when a bulb blows the blink rate increases and you sort of aware that something is wrong and will investigate - not so with a electronic relay - so it is sort of a saftey thing.
Myself I would go with a Flasher relay, they work - use less power and with LED blinker lights you use even less power - reducing the bike electrical load.
Load resistors can cost more than the Electronic relay in some cases - and then you need a load resistor for each LED light - not cost effective and they eat power burning off as heat.
Last edited by Gigitt; 12-12-2014 at 05:52 AM.