A set of Lomo 20L motorcycle dry bags came in the other day, so I fastened them to the top of my large Tusk hard panniers
Enjoy the ST. Loved mine but eventually bought a Wing 1800 for passenger comfort. Planned to keep both the ST and the Wing but wasn't riding it much after the Wing purchase so when someone asked if they could buy it, I let it go.I'm willing to admit that I can be a bit tone deaf when it comes to automotive DC electrics. Yet, I have been wiring accessories into my motorcycles for decades. Last season I bought a ST1300 retired cop bike. Great bike but the "tupperware" is exhausting to penetrate. So for the first time I purchased a "store bought" distribution block to go under the seat. About $100. (that was the hard part)
The driving considerations were the small size, a 4 layer circuit board of decent thickness and no crimping of wires.
Be careful with cheap signal flashers. My 07 Wee had LED signals on the front and a cheap flasher unit (though not that cheap), and it eventually developed intermittent trouble starting and occasionally shut down mid ride. Lots of electrical diagnostics were done, thought it was fixed several times, but it wasn't until the next owner had the bike for almost a year that he discovered the real problem was that flasher, it also acts as the relay for the kickstand switch on that bike. Don't know if your bike is wired the same way, maybe your flasher only handles the signal lights, but I thought it was worth mentioning. Look for posts from pvwheeler to see the bike and issue I'm talking about, he updated my thread about the problem when he finally figured it out.This morning I decided to change out the 1156 turn signal bulbs and OEM signal flasher with these LED Bulbs and this electronic signal flasher on my 2022 Wee, at a total cost of $8.72CDN
Although I didn't photograph it, I added some foil tape to the inside housings.As an aside, some folks add "mirror" flexible film or foil to cover the rear inside of the unit to serve as a reflector. It matters only because as our headlights get brighter, they tend to bleach out the indicator lights.
Once upon a time motorcycle signals all came that way. ... sigh
I would recommend bumping up the priority of the auxiliary lights... They are a very valuable safety feature to increase your visibility to others. I try to mount them as far removed from the turn signals and headlight as is practical to create two additional points of light that won't wash out the signals.... There will also be some auxiliary lights at some point in the future, but those are pretty low priority.