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Old 06-03-2012, 10:31 AM   #1
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hyperflash/ led flashers /load equilizers

Does anyone know how much watts or ohms do I need keep my led blinker lights from hyper flashing
I know we can't just get a flasher module I need load equalizers


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not sure what ohms resistance you need, but i know a few guys here have used the load resistors at the bottom of the page

http://www.superbrightleds.com/cgi-b...rake-turn.html
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6ohm 50w works for two LED bulbs.
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You'll need 2of the RL-650.
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Old 06-03-2012, 08:01 PM   #5
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6ohm 50w works for two LED bulbs.
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You'll need 2of the RL-650.
The website says that each bulb needs its own equalizer. Are u guys saying. that even if I change both front blinkers and both rear that I'll only need 1 of those things on each side? And where did u guys. Mount them
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Old 06-03-2012, 08:21 PM   #6
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I mounted mine right behind the tail light in the interior. Just make sure theyre not close to any plastic or carpet because they get hot.

Each LED bulb needs a 6ohm 50w, so if you have four LEDs then you need a four resistors. Or two LEDs then two resistors.

If you plan on doing LED blinkers on the front and rear (4 bulbs) then you can use two 3 ohm 50w resistors also. The descriptions below might clear things up...

4 bulbs http://www.v-leds.com/Load-Resistors...-p5679822.html

2 bulbs http://www.v-leds.com/Load-Resistors...-p4783296.html
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If you go with the RL-650, you'll need one for each bulb.
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ok soo if my equlixers are 3 ohm only need 2 (one each side)
and if i get the 6ohm ones i need 4 (one for ever light)

what happens if i use the 3 ohm equlizers with only 2 leds i love leds i want more but i only got the switchback leds for the front
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ok soo if my equlixers are 3 ohm only need 2 (one each side)
and if i get the 6ohm ones i need 4 (one for ever light)
That sounds right.

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what happens if i use the 3 ohm equlizers with only 2 leds i love leds i want more but i only got the switchback leds for the front
I'm not sure what would happen, too much resistance maybe?
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I mounted mine right behind the tail light in the interior. Just make sure theyre not close to any plastic or carpet because they get hot.

and you put behind the plastic? how did you mount it screws?
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