Re: Turn signal help
Yea the dash lights are not lighting up because you drastically reduced the resistance in that branch, therefore the diodes in the dash are not seeing the necessary current to illuminate. This is one of the reasons people install load resistors in older bikes when switching to LED. But from what I understand, you install either load resistors or a flasher relay. So if the flasher relay is correct it should at least allow the signals to operate properly.
Both front LED's should not come on when indicating either left or right. The programmable Proton lights only change the flash pattern. Something is not right. I am not entirely familiar with the early gen bikes so I can't speak specifically. The only way those front LED's could light up at the same time is if the grounds are crossed up, or the wiring to them is not right. Left should not see voltage when selected Right and visa versa. There should be only 2 wires connected to each signal, front and rear (chocolate or Dark Green and the black ground). Someone familiar with the early gens can chime in here since I have never gone through this issue with LED's. And I know you said the wiring is right but sometimes its easy to overlook something and just to positively rule it out and move on.
And the flasher relay is plug and play so I can't imagine that is installed incorrectly.
Another option is to reach out to Proton.
You can also download the service manual from r6messagenet if you feel a wiring diagram will help.