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Kuryakyn Diode Kit for Metric Bikes Required when installing L.E.D. lights as turn signals on a motorcycle with a single turn signal indicator light on your dash. If not installed power will back feed

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Mark (Green Bay, WI)

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12 volt adapter

I really like it! I bought it for my 2001 Yamaha XT225 so I could plug in my cell phone (It has a cool handlebar mount) to use it for GPS. The GPS feature drains the cell phone battery fast. This was easy to install and is water tight. It works perfectly.

Rob (Stephentown, NY)

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Bandit 1250

Did not expect to be so audible. The supplied switch is cheap, separated in my hand when pressed electrical connector onto it. I'll use it when driving through the country roads but is a little annoying to listen to in stop and go traffic.

paul (longmont, CO)

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positive wire is black

No instructions to indicate which lead is positive and negative. I toasted a usb adapter because I connected the black to the negative and green to positive. All of the other accessories I have connected to my bikes use black for negative. I had to buy a tester to check the way the leads were oriented.

Paul (Chesterfield, VA)

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pretty but not functional

I really wanted a dependable thermometer for my ride, and bought this even though the price was very high. It's made well, looks good, but can't do the one job it's supposed to do.....show the temperature accurately. It's wayyyyy off. When it's 70 it shows 80, when it's 83 it shows 100, so it's useless....pretty, but useless.

Jdunn (Barnwell, AL 36526, AL)

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NGK DR8EA plug

This is a relatively cold plug. Set the gap at .030. If the plug ends in a dash 9 (eg, DPR7EA-9), the gap is set at .036. Good biking!

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