Yeah, good luck dude. Looking forward to the pictures.
Don't install resistors just buy the LED Flasher Relay that will take care of the hyper blinking. It cost $45 but it better than having to splice into wires.Actually I'm going to put in LED front blinkers (no switchbacks for me since I have separate lights in my 2012). I have to figure out how to mount these resistors for them which prevent hyperblink. Any ideas? I see a decent spot on a metal arm near the headlights, but I need to attach them somehow. Drill holes? I'm also thinking ahead and want to leave a spot for HID ballasts later on. Where do people usually put those?
I saw a video for install at diodedynamics.com but they end up just stuffing the wires and resistor into the back of the headlight socket for the video - although they said to mount them to metal or hard plastic and keep away from rubber and wires since it gets as hot as a light bulb.
Flasher Replacement: You may have heard of replacing a "flasher relay" instead of using resistors. Indeed, some vehicles have a replaceable flasher relay, and it is possible to replace it with one designed for LED use, to eliminate hyperblinking. However, this is only true for some vehicles. We do not believe one is available for your vehicle, because your flasher is built-in to the vehicle's computer. You will need to use resistors for your vehicle.