What doesn't make sense is that Yamaha had an excellent self cancelling system based on time and distance and included it as standard through the 1980's on virtually their whole range, most especially the XJ series. They slowly dropped it as new model ranges were introduced and have never seen fit to offer it again. Most anyone who remembers it will attest to how good it was.
Agreed! I designed a time-based system for the Honda Valkyrie. Am working to add the distance factor to it, but too many other projects! As it is now, it's been working great for a few years and very intuitive. Having the Hazard/Escort Flashing is a major plus!
The core design is universal, in that, it can be used by any type of motorcycle that has the standard mechanical left/center/right Turn Switch design. The plug/play aspect is the tedious part because the wiring harness that adapts my unit to the motorcycle has to be specific. LUCKILY, motorcycle manufacturers tend to employ the same wiring pattern across many models.
That's why I'm seeking help from the Triumph community.
Basically, I need good detailed photos of certain plugs
. For the Thruxton/Scrambler/Bonneville series, I need closeups of the plugs going to the Turn Signal Switch and the Instrument Cluster. Pictures need to show both Male and Female sides of the plugs and the wiring placement
. That's VERY
important. With that, I can verify how to build the plug/play harness so the wires are properly linked to my unit.