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At £25 the pair I wouldn't bother :eek:
You don't need canbus bulbs, any LEDs will work as long as they fit and are bright enough.
 
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There are cheaper LED ones I agree, but its the `Cree` ones that are brighter, totalling 25watts Cree Leds with 570 lms its also important to have the side fireing Cree Chips as well as a rear facing one, so the Silver reflector bounces the bright light. Ill do a write up with pictures when they arrive and after installation.
 

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I know about the Cree LED indicator bulbs, I have a pair from a previous bike but they don't fit the Scramber. They were only about 1/2 the cost of the ones you've ordered.
 
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I can confirm that ............ They don't fit LOL !!
1: Wrong fitment, the pins on the Ducati Light are not diagonal they are 12oclock and 4 oclock.
I ordered the BA15S the Correct is BAU15S
2: These stick out too far so would not have fitted anyway :(

Back too the drawing board.
On a Plus note, I took delivery of the Scrambler 2 hours ago.
Allready fitted the rear Rack.
 
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These will work and will hopefully be bright enough. I have similar ones fitted to my Scrambler.
 
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I hope so, I saw that someone else had these, but another member said they didn't look any different ? ill do a Video of before and after, for future owners reference, as ive spent hours trawling ebay and bulbs ! LOL !

THeres are these ones,
2x Renault Scenic MK1 24-LED Rear Indicator Repeater Turn Signal Light Bulbs | eBay

which would fit, but getting pricy, after my £25 wrong fitment disaster, I'm now on a budget
 

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I can confirm that ............ They don't fit LOL !!
Wrong fitment, the pins on the Ducati Light are not diagonal they are 12oclock and 4 oclock.
Yeah, that's the case with all orange bulbed/clear lens blinker lights afaik. It's to prevent you from accidentally using white bulbs which do have the pins at 12 and 6 o'clock. I guess it's a regulation thing.

To be honest, with the clear lens, the OEM blinkers don't even look that bad. But yeah, once you're relocating them :)

Quick question, does the Scrambler require resistors, or a different blinker relais when you install LED blinkers?
 
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No, resisters as the blinker system is Digital and not based on the Watts
 
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