No, you have to turn them off every time you use them. But, I have not left them on and measured the distance to see if they turn off like you posted.
That's a long time to leave your blinker on!Oh, interesting, mine has never self cancelled in 1000 miles...thought it did not have this capability.
Somebody did this in one of the Scrambler demo ride videos. I couldn't stop staring at his blinker.The best way to look like a dork on your new bike is to drive around with your signal on because you're not checking your dash (and shouldn't really because you should be looking at the road!).
The turn signal on this bike ARE self canceling - it just takes a while (1/3 of a mile at under 50 mph).Is it possible to install an aftermarket device for self-cancelling signals?
The turn signal on this bike ARE self canceling - it just takes a while (1/3 of a mile at under 50 mph).
I am not sure that my bike has that feature. It might be a North American thing.
The HD method is much cruder - albeit more effective - it just monitors the flasher relay.It seems that if the tech is baked in then there should be a way to change the variables once the unit is hacked and the bike is outside warranty. It amazes me that a company like HD does this on all their bikes (and I might add that it works quite well) yet Ducati is still in the stone age with it. It is the one single thing I miss about my previous Sportster.