The motogadget m-Blaze Pins are extremely small and super bright turn signals. The IntesiLED SYSTEM enables an extremely bright and very evenly distributed light. High-quality turn signals in a very small form factor. There is a small directional reflector in the design of the lens but the signal can be seen from the “backside” as well. The aluminum casing is CNC machined and anodized black. Has built-in electronic voltage conditioning by IC controlled constant power source.
- (2) Black Turn Signal w/M8 Thread and Serrated Flange Nut
- 39″/100cm Wire Length
- (4) Crimp Connections
Total length with thread: 38,5 mm
Length without thread: 19,5 mm
Biggest diameter: 16 mm
Cable length: about 100 cm
Weight: about 12 g
Installation: M8 threaded bolt
Power consumption: about 3 Watt
The turn signal can be installed like any other LED turn signal with load resistors.
Pre-Wired – Inline bullet connectors to pass through 8mm nut and connectors to match your factory harness.
Relay/Resistors – Eliminate “hyper blinking” by adding either inline resistors or swapping out your flasher relay.
Known Relay & Resistor Compatibility:
Typically only one resistor per side is necessary and can be installed in-line either on the front or rear turn signals. If you already have an integrated LED tail light, chances are you already have resistors or the correct flasher relay. Only select pre-wired resistors if you are also selecting pre-wired turn signals.
2013+ Street Triple – None Needed
2007-2012 Triumph Street Triple – 2 Prong Relay
2005-2010 Speed Triple – 3 Prong Relay
2016+ (Water Cooled) Bonneville, Thruxton, Street Twin, Street Scrambler, Street Cup – None Needed (signal flash rate controlled from the display)
2012-2015 (VIN = 521669+) Bonneville, Thruxton, Scrambler – 2 Prong Relay
Pre-2012 Bonneville, Thruxton, Scrambler – 3 Prong Relay
696/796/1100 – Resistors needed on front OR rear
821/1200 & Scrambler – If upgrading front AND rear to LED then no resistors are needed
XSR and FZ/MT – 2 Prong Relay
RnineT – North American models, resistor needed or take the bike to a dealer for LED coding. All others, none needed