ok, here's my issue. 2017 NA (Canadian to be specific) manual AT. I was never a fan of the giant OEM incandescent (bulbs) turn signals (TS). I recently got flung off the bike and broke the left turn signal. I had it taped together for the longest time. This winter it was time to upgrade to Aftermarket (AM) TS. I was not about to pay $90 CDN for an OEM TS, that looked like shit, and was expensive! So..flea bay delivers these. Bright AF, when wired properly, and cheap. OOOOO and they bend! https://flic.kr/p/2hJKXiD below is the TS mounted on my beater SV from last year w/o resistors installed, hence slightly fast rate. This years' project SV has similar signals, but resistors installed, to slow flash rate, which works dandy! vid to follow. So simples right!!... P=IV 21W=?? Amps *12V I=1.75A plugging that into: V=IR gives 12V/1.75A=6.8 Ohms resistance. Add some resistors to mimic the original bulb load with say a 20 watt (calculated 6.5 ohm) or 25w watt (calculated 8.16 Ohm) resistor on each corner and bazinga! Nope!! Still flashing fast. Closer inspection shows the resistance of the bulb at .6 Ohms (Metered). Edit..that's just the resistance of the filament within the bulb. Disregard. Honda is all over the shop with their manual and schematics. Which state, that the two wire model bikes (mine) are actually LED..Not a bulb..Wrong! Mine is a bulb, and two wire. WTF?! See page 566 through 568 for the various models. A few snips below, with highlighted mis matched parts. Below shows three wire, bulbs, TS relay and diode (highlighted) View attachment 2000481 The two wire models (LED accoring to mr. honder..) use a turn signal light relay (18P connector!) I have not taken the rear section apart to see if it has a diode relay (honda specs one for the bulbed bikes, and will not go digging for the TS light relay which is buried under the ABS pump...allegedly. UPDATE: My bike is definitely controlled by the TS light relay. No regular relay or diode. CRF1000A and D for that matter show, two wire, LED, and the TS Light relay (highlighted) View attachment 2000482 UPDATE: Not quite there yet. I do have another hair brained idea that I will attempt tonight! if someone much sharper than me has sorted this, please speak up! and no, i'm not going back to those POS bulbs...need to get this figured out. full snips of diagrams in next post. MOAR updates: Right...I wasn't 100% happy with the fast flash rate. Looking now at the vid, the turn signals flash fast already, right off the battery. So thinking it might be the signals. I even attempted to use the TS voltage to control a relay. Nope, it still blinked fast, and complicated the issue even more. I'm now throwing more money at it. Ordered a three wire LED that allegedly doesn't need resistors. Damn.