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MX5things smartflasher for NC

MX5things smartflasher for NC

Regular price $94.99 USD
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Fits: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015

Emissions: Emissions do not apply.

Shipping restrictions: None

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Bring your NC Miata into the 21st century! This clever Smartflasher module from MX5things replaces your Miata's factory flasher and provides additional features that you often find in newer cars. Those features are:

  • Tap-to-turn - allows you to indicate a lane change with only a partial movement of the turn indicator stock. This setting is programmable for between 3 and 6 flashes.
  • Courtesy lights - allows the lock or unlock function of the car to illuminate your turn indicator bulbs for 30 seconds. This setting can be turned on or off.
  • Hyperflash prevention - works with both incandescent bulbs and LEDs without hyper flashing.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Robert A.J.
Works Great!

I bought this for my NC so I could use LED bulbs without hyper flashing, but it has some nice side benefits. The new flasher is louder than the stock unit, so you're less likely to leave your blinker on for ten miles after completing the turn, LOL! The parking light feature, that leaves the parking lights on for thirty (30) seconds after shutting off the car is nice, but I worry that my five (5) year old battery may not be up to snuff when the weather gets cold. It's due for replacement before the snow flies, so that will help. I am still waiting for the incandescent bulbs to burn out before I replace the exterior bulbs with LED's, so no information on the hyper flashing issue yet. I've set the flasher for six (6) flashes after cancelling the signal, but I may adjust that slightly. A little pricey, but worth it to avoid the need for ballast resistors when running with LED bulbs, since the ballast resistors throw away one of the LED bulbs biggest advantages: low current draw. Adding resistors to increase the current draw so that the flasher "sees" the same load as an incandescent bulb isn't ideal, IMHO.