This LED compatible indicator flasher relay is compatible with many Japanese motorcycles from manufacturers such as Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha and Suzuki. The 2-pin design has also been used by Triumph on their latest Bonneville, Bonneville SE, Bonneville T100, Scrambler and Thruxton models built since around 2012 with VIN numbers beyond 521669 (see note below).
It is a direct replacement for the Denso FE218BH flasher relay installed at the factory on many Triumph bikes. It also fits many Triumph Speed Triple, 675 and Daytona models, as well as a wide range of cars and other motorbike makes and models from both European and Japanese manufacturers.
Earlier Triumph Bonneville models built prior to around 2012 and with VIN number preceding 521669* use an alternative 3-pin fitment for which you should select our 3-pin LED compatible flasher relay model here.
LED lighting has so many advantages for motorcycles including a significantly lower power consumption than traditional filament lamps. The stock indicator flasher relays fitted as standard to most bikes are designed for use with conventional bulbs and as such require a certain amount of current to flow in order to flash correctly.
Some factory-fitted flasher relays feature a blown bulb warning function whereby they alter the rate at which the indicators flash if they detect a blown bulb in order to alert the rider. However, with their ultra-low power consumption, LED light conversions can often be mistaken for a blown bulb so that indicators flash too fast, too slow or maybe not at all.
This LED compatible flasher relay solves all of these problems in a simple and cost efficient unit. It is completely plug-and-play for most modern Triumph models (please check the connections before ordering as some years and models may vary). Just unplug the old flasher unit and plug this new one back in its place.
These flasher units are perfect for use with our LED light boards, as well as with generic LED bulbs and conventional filament bulbs too, or indeed any combination of these. If your bike has a single indicator warning lamp on the dashboard and therefore might be affected by the ‘cross talk’ issue (where the left indicators flash with the right, and vice versa), then consider purchasing one of our LED indicator diode wiring kits at the same time.
The flasher relay provides an audible ‘clicking’ confirmation to remind you that the indicators are flashing (assuming that it is installed somewhere you can hear it above the engine noise!).
Note: This refers to only the last six digits of the full Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), for example SMTTJ9107G9521669.