I sent an email to Barracuda in Italy and they replied that I need the 10 watt resistors.Can you confirm whether you needed transistors with these?
Thanks, Bob!I sent an email to Barracuda in Italy and they replied that I need the 10 watt resistors.
I have not installed them yet. I am waiting on the LED strips for the front to arrive. They are on a slow boat from China. I'm also waiting on the Barracuda adapters for the Scrambler.
I purchased a pair of the 10 watt resistors just in case. Once everything arrives my plan is to connect them without the resistors and see what happens.
Once the weather is clear enough and I get a chance to install them, I'll post up here.Yes I was thinking about getting the m.blaze pins too. I also like the motogadget bar end turn signals.
The others are correct - you don't need any resistors. The Scrambler has an LED tail light, so it already has the correct relays for LED lights - apparently they used them on all of the lighting circuits. I run LED bulbs now in the stock turn signals, and they were plug-and-play.Are resistors needed on the scrambler? I thought it already had relays for conventional and led signals
Very interested to see these. I am thinking of the pins for the back and the bar ends for the front.Once the weather is clear enough and I get a chance to install them, I'll post up here.
I wanted signals that were "minimalist" (read "small") and still very bright and visible from the sides as well as front / back. The Pins seemed to fit the bill. I have the signals and a bunch of posi-taps all ready to go. Not having a garage sucks.
Sorry for the late reply. A medical issue has kept me preoccupied for the past month.Thanks, Bob!
I'm looking forward to your experiences and the odd photo.:02.47-tranquillity: