I was reading about this a second time and got to thinking about how much electronic gear the modern Triumph has on it, then all the stuff you can add, and it all works so well. Back in the 60s and 70s you were doing good if you could keep your ignition system and lights working. Oh the Lucas years.Below is a link to an article about self-canceling turn signals:
I laugh inside my helmet at newbs leaving their blinkers on and try to help them out with the finger flash, then to my horror, catch myself leaving my own blinkers on once in a while. Doesn't matter how much practice you've had, memory doesn't improve with age, which is why I like the OP's link. You can forget thousands of times with only the consequence of looking like a dork. It's that one time.Mine are self-cancelling. If I remember to do it.
Standard Triumph button philosophy: press (all the way in) and release completely. Works for every button, every time.
I?ll try do be more deliberate in the button pushing department. My TBird had an auto cancel. Buttons are passe.Standard Triumph button philosophy: press (all the way in) and release completely. Works for every button, every time.
Positive movements get positive results. A half-hearted effort is likely to get nothing.
Good, as I have the module sitting on my table contemplating how I and where I will install it on my '17 Bonneville T100.If anyone has any install questions, we can definitely help out. We have installed on both air cooled models and water cooled models. We also offer extension harnesses to make the install a little easier at https://www.ajcyclesny.com/product-page/safer-turn-sts
I?ll be putting a detailed install article together shortly
You do have to push it very straight, and awfully hard. Thick gloves can make the job even worse.I just ordered an STS also. Tired of discovering a flashing green arrow on my dash long after I turned. Plus, my left thumb is getting tendonitis from pushing that stupid cancel button!