Has anyone installed Lucas style signals?
The only inconvenience was getting 4 nuts the same as the nuts supplied with the "Lucas style" indicators. I can't remember what size they are, I went to see a local guy who used to restore old brits and got 4 nuts from him. I also ran earth wires to each indicator as the oe connectors are 2 pin.Thank you! Were there any issues with fitting or wiring?
Looking at the tail light housings out there, it seems none have a placement for the turn signals
Nope. just put it in place of the existing bulb. Sorry I wasn't clear, the led went in the tailight. Not sure if they'd work in the turn signals. Hmm, maybe I'll walk out and see if they work. Be back after while.Did you need add any other devices to allow the LED's to function?
Had two extra bulbs so I plugged them in and they are very noticeably brighter. Left them blinking for about 30 sec. and didn't blow anything. I too put in a separate ground wire for the light sockets. You may be able to see them in the pics.Did you need add any other devices to allow the LED's to function?
The ground is attached to the bulb holder. The other end can be run to a common ground in the headlight bucket or extend out of the stem and connected via the inside mounting nut of the stem to the bracket. My bike had bullet signals installed by the PO and the wiring was altered. I ran the ground to a common ground wire in the bucket. Can't tell which without removing the headlamp and it's 106 inside my un-airconditioned bike shed. If it cools down a little I may go in and provide some pics.Where did you mount the "earth" wires to?
Sorry, I'm not great with electrical bits.