Sorry I'm a bit late to the party. The bike is looking really nice! I enjoy watching your creativity...
Thanks, they are nice little units indeed! Oh yeah, I used one of those for the e-fan and it works great too! I just bought these because they were cheap and already put together.Nice relays. I use those closed, cubical, car type relays. Capable of handling 30A. Far too high for what I'm planning to do with 'm.
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Sorry about that, I have added the link to the post above now. I will be using them to delay the voltage to the outermost rear turn signal thusly creating a sequential effect for the two lights. If you check out the gifs I made a while back you can see what I mean. A little side note about the the shipping, it took over 2 months to get here (over the Christmas holidays so a bit more delay is expected) so if you need them any time soon I would order now, or get them from someone closer. I believe I saw some listings on ebay for ones in the states, but they were more expensive of course.Moto, where did you get them from, link please....thanks.....what are you planing on using them for? I need some also.
That needs a grommet, or it'll short out fast. The one that receives the tab of the stock side cover might fit that hole.
Sorry, I should've mentioned before that the grommets are on the way. Good catch though!That needs a grommet, or it'll short out fast. The one that receives the tab of the stock side cover might fit that hole.
The relay can be adjusted from 0 to 10 seconds via the potentiometer. I will most likely be using a delay of approximately 0.5 seconds for the signals, but there is a pretty fine adjustment for the relay so that shouldn't be a problem.So about the relay the delay can be adjused from 0 to ? seconds
Another must have.... sooner or later............................ok later.
Hey thanks buddy! Slowly getting it done, but every time I think I see the end in sight I find something else that needs to be done lol.Looks like your making some progress! Keep it up, looks good