Been adding stuff to my new 2011 Tiger 1050. Since I was mounting a digital gear indicator, gps and an external general purpose external plug for charging the battery, I though I'd just bite the bullet and put in a Blue Sea junction box. When I was done, or so I thought, I checked all my electricals to make sure switch power worked and direct power worked too. They did, BUT my left rear turn signal was out. It wasn't the bulb but the hot connector had unplugged itself somehow. What I learned from this is those turn signal lights are crap. Oh I should say CRAP. The reflectors were bubbling up and the bulbs were stuck n their socket. Time for LED replacements. After going though various posts on this forum I think but am not sure about hooking up the LED"s. I am familiar LED's and know that the "D" is for diode and that means they don't need the current the plain old incandescent lights do. One way to make LED's work with the flasher is to add a resister to each light unit. Now that I beat the horse to death, here's the question. Can you just put in a LED flasher unit to replace the stock flasher unit, forget about the resister packs and just connect the LED light units???