Maintains OEM Blinker flash rate for a wide range of LED and non-LED blinkers.
Plug and play connectivity with OEM connector (see compatibility list).
Recommended accessory for all Custom LED Integrated LED Tail Lights.
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Now you can finally fix the flash rate on your motorcycle with our unique Plug And Play solution ! That’s right, our Electronic LED Flasher relay directly replaces the stock flasher relay on most Yamaha, Honda and Kawasaki motorcycles by plugging directly into the harness in place of the OEM flasher relay! See the compatibility list.
For motorcycles with nonstandard two wire flasher relays (not on compatibility list), this flasher relay can still be used by removing the connector and hard-wiring it. Even three wire flasher relays can be replaced if one of the wires is a ground wire. We also have a new connector option on our ELFR-1 QD model, which may be more useful for hard-wire and custom applications.
This unit is guaranteed to replace any two-wire flasher relay and operate at the normal DOT blink rate for motorcycles with stock blinkers, LED blinkers, or any combination of both . provided the total load on the system is within 0.05A to 10A (0.6 Watts to 120 Watts!) – which basically covers the majority of blinker products on the market!
NOTE: In some rare instances, when there are NO incandescent loads on the blinker system (LEDs front and rear), one pair of our Stage I Load Equalizers will also be required to prevent a wide range of blinker problems. These problems are all associated with a lack of resistive load on an all-LED blinker system that was designed for incandescent lamps. Problems such as, but not limited to: the 4-way blink problem (both sides blinking at the same time), the no-blink problem, and Integrated LED Tail Lights staying in blinker mode due to non-zero blinker voltages. Read more in our FAQ .
Your motorcycle must have a rectified standard 12VDC system for this flasher relay to work (most bikes are 12VDC).
Minimum Rated Current: 0.05A
Maximum Rated Current: 10A
Rated Voltage: 12VDC
Flash Rate: Constant
Size: 1.2 x 1.77 x 0.74
ELFR-1 FLASHER RELAY PLUG-AND-PLAY COMPATIBILITY LIST:
NOTE: USA SPEC SHOWN, FOR NON-US SPEC VERIFY INDIVIDUALLY
This list will determine if your motorcycle harness is known to be Plug-And-Play with our ELFR-1 Flasher Relay! If your bike is not on the list, it may or may not be plug-and-play, and it is most likely still compatible as a hard-wired replacement for your OEM flasher relay. See hard wire instructions below for more information.
Yamaha: YZF-R1, YZF-R6, YZF600, FZ-6, FZ-8, FZ-1, FJR1300, MT-01, Super Tenere, TW200, Trailway, WR250R, XT250, FZ09 (and more!)
Honda: 07-current CBR-600RR, CBR-1000RR, RC-51, CBR600F, CBR600F2, CBR600F3, CBR600F4i, VT600, NT650, CB700SC, VFR800, CBR900RR, CBR929RR, CB919, CBR1000F, CBR1100XX, VTR1000R, 84 GL 1200, ST1300, VTX1300, GL 1500, VTX1800, Shadow 750 (VT750), Shadow 1100 (VT1100), (and more!)
Kawasaki: 95-08 ZX-6R(R), 13 ZX-6R, ZX-10R, ZX-12R, ZX-14, 2003-2006 Z-1000, 96-03 ZX-7R, 98-03 ZX-9R, ZXR1200(1100), ZZR1200, ZX1200, ZR-7, 05-06 ZX-636, W650 (EJ650), 07-12 Versys, 09-13 650R, 05-06 Z750S, 96-07 250R, 11-13 Ninja 1000, 08-13 KLR650, 500R, 96-09 Vulcan 500, 95-05 Vulcan 800, 06-13 Vulcan 900, (and more!)
Triumph: 06- 08 Triumph Daytona 675, (and more!)
KTM: (most models!) 125, 250, 350, 380, 400, 450, 500, 525, 530, 540, 620, 625, 640, 690, 950, 990, (and more!)
Suzuki: 1996-2010 DR-650, (and more!)
Kymco: XCiting 250, XCiting 500, (and more!)
General Compatibility Note: Although we try to keep this Plug-And-Play list current and complete, there are many more bikes out there that are Plug-and-Play compatible . and hard wire compatible with our LED Flasher Relay. We can not list them all! If your motorcycle has a two wire flasher relay, our relay will work for certain but may need to be hard wired into the harness.
For three wire flasher relays, if one of the three wires is merely a ground wire, our relay will work but may need to be hard wired into the harness.
ELFR-1 HARD WIRE INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS:
NOTE: You may lose your self-canceling feature by replacing the flasher relay if your bike is equipped from the factory with self-canceling turn signals. If you want to keep this feature, use our Stage II Load Equalizers instead.
If your existing flasher relay is a two wire flasher relay (or a three wire with a ground wire), and you have access to it, you can replace it with our flasher relay as follows:
Yamaha: Roadstar line (some models), Raider, Warrior Stryker, V-Star – hard wire installation as follows when replacing OEM relay with our Electronic LED Flasher Relay:
Motorcycle Brown wire to ELFR-1 Red wire
Motorcycle Brown/white stripe wire to ELFR-1 Black wire
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Use optional male quick disconnects as shown here or available from Custom LED as P/N: ELFR-1_QD
Suzuki: All late model GSXR’s with two-wire replaceable flasher relays are also compatible, but require a hard-wire installation as follows:
Motorcycle Light Blue (LB) gets connected to the ELFR-1 Red wire
Motorcycle Orange/ Green stripe gets connected to the ELFR-1 Black wire.
Ducati: 996 – hard wire installation as follows when replacing OEM relay with our Electronic LED Flasher Relay:
Motorcycle Light Blue (LB) gets connected to the ELFR-1 Red wire
Motorcycle Pink (P) gets connected to the ELFR-1 Black wire
Kawasaki: 08-11 Ninja 250R hard wire installation as follows when replacing the OEM relay with our Electronic LED Flasher Relay:
Motorcycle Orange/Green stripe wire to the ELFR-1 Red wire
Motorcycle Orange wire to the ELFR-1 Black wire
Use optional male quick disconnects, or available from Custom LED as P/N: ELFR-1 QD
Honda: 2003-2006 CBR 600RR hard wire installation as follows when replacing the OEM relay with our Electronic LED Flasher Relay:
Motorcycle White/Green stripe to the ELFR-1 Red wire
Motorcycle Gray wire to the ELFR-1 Black wire
Read informative CBR-600RR ELFR-1 installation article with video in our Blog
All Applications: If your existing flasher relay is a two wire flasher relay (or a three wire with a ground wire), and you have access to it, you can replace it with our flasher relay as follows:
Red wire on ELFR-1 to power source (ignition switched +12v)
Black wire on ELFR-1 to load (blinker lamps/ blinker switch)
If you find that your motorcycles flasher relay is not two-wire and/or replaceable, you may use the Custom LED Universal Load Equalizers along with your stock flasher relay instead.
The Custom LED ELFR-1 Plug-And-Play Electronic LED Flasher Relay comes with detailed installation instructions.
Installation of this product requires that you identify and remove the OEM flasher relay motorcycle. If you are unfamiliar with the location of your OEM flasher relay, or electronics in general, please consult a qualified technician or your repair manual for additional information.
Installation of the ELFR-1 is as follows:
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NOTE: In some rare instances, when there are NO incandescent loads on the blinker system (LEDs front and rear), additional actions or components may also be required to prevent a wide range of blinker problems. These problems are all associated with a lack of resistive load on an all-LED blinker system that was designed for incandescent lamps.
Problems such as, but not limited to: the 4-way blink problem (both sides blinking at the same time), the no-blink problem, and Integrated LED Tail Lights staying in blinker mode due to non-zero blinker voltages. Rest assured that Custom LED has the knowledge, experience, and expertise to tackle any issues that may arise on your motorcycle.
Remember, the Flasher Relay ONLY controls the speed of the blinkers on the motorcycle, and any other problems that arise are independent of the flasher relay, and are resolved separately as well.
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