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Offline Stu55Flash

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6v QD LED Indicators
« on: 20.12. 2010 20:55 »
Here's my solution for 6v LED Indicators. I have fitted these due to the need to make right turns off busy A roads at night. I also prefer the look of the bike without indicators so have made them to take off for show purposes hence the 'QD'.

Pictures and Circuit at:



I used stuff off ebay:

220593961981; 2 in each indicator, 120613135648 indicators have to be deep enough to hold LED's, 280465764281 flasher can, 270430138769 switch.

What do you think?

Stu
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Offline iansoady

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Re: 6v QD LED Indicators
« Reply #1 on: 21.12. 2010 10:56 »
Nice neat job.
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Re: 6v QD LED Indicators
« Reply #2 on: 21.12. 2010 13:37 »
Hi Stu, can you tell us more about these? Are they 6v positive earth? can you give us some more info as the links don't seem to translate for me. Thanks mate.

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Re: 6v QD LED Indicators
« Reply #3 on: 21.12. 2010 13:43 »
Gavin

If you click on the photo it should open up Photobucket and then press Previous or Next. There are 8 photos one of which is the cct diagram. If this doesn't work I can email the details.

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Stu
"Keep a distance from lady "L" drivers in cars. Some are not mechanically minded, are slow to acquire road sense, an are apt to panic..." The Pitman Book of the BSA Twins.
Golden Flash Plunger 1955, Francis Barnett Falcon 67 1954, Ferguson TEA Tractor 1951. Looking for another project!