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It flashes your high beam....
 

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pretty much every GSXR, daytona 675, and I think some yami's. That pic could be from a 10r.
 

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We don't have a hazard warning option. All you can really do is turn the key past the "on" switch which will turn on the rear tail to bright.
 

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kay thx guys. i figure basically this button would make headlight flash alternating left n right?
well thats useless for me so i'm no longer jelous of that nice button XD
 

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No that isn't what it does. It just lights up your highbeam in addition to the lowbeam that is already one. At least that is what it did on my SV.

So if you really WANTED to do this you could just flip your headlight switch a couple times.

It's a useless feature in my opinion....just unnecessary. Suzuki seems to value it, just like Honda thinks gas gauges are a big deal. Who knows what Kawasaki UK is thinkin
 

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it flashes the lights. In Europe its legal to flash to let people know they can pass. Here it is illegal, hence why the bikes here don't have it. Suzuki and some others don't want to bother making their models different so they leave it.
Not sure if the stock pass headlight flashing is different, but modular headlights are permitted in CA, NV, AZ.

http://www.amadirectlink.com/legisltn/laws.asp
 
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