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TST 2 Pin LED Flasher Relay Gen 2

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This relay will fix your flash rate problem caused by aftermarket signal lights and/or integrated tail light. If your signal lights flash too fast or do not flash, this part is your solution! Plug and play - easy installation.



TST Industries 2 Pin Flasher Relay

  • Slows signalling flash rate back to the normal rate when your bike goes into hyperflash state (or your signals stay on constantly)
  • Adjustable functionality to speed up or slow down flash rate to your preference
  • Plug and play installation: simply replaces the relay already on your bike
  • Fits like OEM
  • Relay housing is flexible so that you can access the adjustment dial inside the unit

This component works with the following signal configurations:

  1. All stock
  2. Stock taillight, aftermarket signals
  3. Integrated taillight, stock signals
  4. Integrated taillight, aftermarket signals.

The relay comes preset to 85 cycles per minute. You can alter the flash rate to make it faster or slower. If you slip off the grey cover you can access an adjuster that will enable you to change the flash rate to your liking.

INTERNATIONAL BUYERS: Please make sure your bike uses a 2-pin relay for the signaling system. If your bike has hazard lights it may need the 4-pin relay. Please also note the pin configuration and make sure it matches what is on your bike. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO VERIFY FITMENT BEFORE MAKING YOUR PURCHASE.

Additional Info

Additional Info



  • Honda CBR1000RR
  • Honda CBR600RR
  • Honda F4/F4i
  • Honda 954
  • Honda RC51
  • Kawasaki ZX10R
  • Kawasaki ZX6R/636
  • Kawasaki Ninja 650R
  • Kawasaki Z1000
  • Yamaha YZF-R1 02-14'
  • Yamaha YZF-R6 +01'
  • Yamaha YZF-R6S 2006-2009
  • Yamaha YZF-R3 (North American Spec Only)
  • Yamaha FZ-09 / MT-09
  • Yamaha FZ-07 / MT-07
  • Yamaha FZ6R
Brand TST Industries


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