Hey Max, before you reverted back to the OEM setup, were you able to get the rear running lights working with the brake light or is that even an option? I have the EE115 connection adapter but it doesn't seem to me that you can have the rear tail light connected and the indicator running lights without doing some hard wiring to the existing rear tail light wiring.I just finished installing Club L/S on my "16 FT. Had issues with flash rate too, and after talking to Rizoma (North America HQ in CA), we still weren't sure how to get the flash rate correct. Here is what I went through:
1) Rizoma instructions include 4 "schemas" for installation, and each indicator includes TWO resistors, depending on your model.
2) Rizoma instructions state that schema 1 (no resistors) is correct for the Scrambler. Nope - the flash rate is wrong. Too fast.
3) The US Scrambler has 10W OEM bulbs, so Rizoma instructions suggest "schema 4" (1 resistor per indicator). Nope - flash rate is wrong. Too fast.
4) I ended up dealing with tech support in Italy, and the Rizoma guy suggested trying "schema 2", which has two resistors in parallel. SUCCESS!
Note that I initially set up the Club S (rear) to replace my OEM running/brake light. You have to buy a separate adapter/harness, which just plugs in. However, I went back to the OEM setup. I just think the OEM setup looks better. I still haven't set up the Club L (front) running light option, because this involves hardwiring into the system. The Rizoma guys suggested tying into the headlight (low beam). Has anybody out there done this?
Hi, recently i installed the Club L, may i can provide some information which might be help. To bring the position light to the front I simple connected from the back adapter a cable back to the front. (yellow ones) As u can see from the electric wiring diagram:Nico!! Thanks! This is great info. I have all the tools, just need the guts to start cutting OEM wires! Keep me posted on the Club L job. I was told by Rizoma that you could splice it into the headlight beam (low). However, I haven't looked closely at where the correct wire is located.