No more outrigger turn signals!!
I replaced my outrigger stock turn signals with smaller stalked smoke lensed a couple of months ago. But they weren't very bright, and in the meantime I started to see some newer crotchrockets that had the rear dual-bulb taillight converted to double for turn signals.
So, I bought some flush-mounts for the front, had to drill two 1" holes in the fairing and mounted them (dual-filament bulbs).
They look better than I thought they would. Then I bought a trailer light convertor box at Autozone. It is designed to allow newer vehicles with separate bulbs for brake, running and turn signal lights to activate a typical trailer that uses one bulb for all three.
It works pretty good, but when I hit the brakes the signal light starts flashing much faster, as if there were a bulb out. I think I'll just live with it. It might even draw more attention to the signal when the brakes are on.
Maybe there's not enough load on that circuit with the brake light on for some reason. Anyone out there have any ideas?