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Discussion in 'Help Wanted' started by bigkelk9, Jan 7, 2018.

  1. bigkelk9

    bigkelk9 Well-Known Member
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    That was the first thing I did, but I figured it out.. stopped being lazy and just traced it back to my fuse pannel and how I wires that in..
     
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    lol, the "easy" way sometimes cost a lot of that time that you saved...
    Glad you figured it out :oldthumbsup:
     
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    Yes I have mine set for 3 blinks.
     
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    AIH smart flash system has the auto blip brakes..
     
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    Idk what u all r talking about blip.. :sorry:
     
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    You know, blipping brake lights..:disappointed:
    IMG_9583.GIF
     
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    Them dang things are annoying.. didn' know that's what they were called
     
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    Isn't that what you want though? To be seen
     
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    No.. not like that.. that's annoying and I always see them guys like.. well ur age.. :oldhardlaugh: on them big ass goldwings, or ugly ass ultra glides doing that.. not my thing...
     
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    Dig you get it working?
     
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    You could wire the new light this way.
    White - brake Tape up this wire from the new light.
    Red- run Hook this to your running light red wire on the bike.
    Yellow -turn Hook this to your turn single / brake violet wire on the bike.
    Green - turn Hook this to your turn single / brake brown wire on the bike.
    Black - ground Hook this to any good ground black wire on the bike.

    This should give you the turn and brake lights on the new light bar.
    Where are you mounting this bar?
    More pictures please.

    If you need more light you could hook the white - brake to the same red wire as the running lights.
     
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    Yeah I got it figured out.. didn't install it yet because I'm trying to find where I can get jst connectors and the jst pins to do it clean.. I'm mounting it under the rear fender.. it'll contour with the fender and not be too noticeable.. this is how I had my fury, but on that I got rid of all the factory lights
     

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    WSW Curtis may have the JST connectors? A lot of us on here have some old used ones. I replaced my main harness and kept the old. Good luck.
     
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    I'll shoot him a text, didn' think to ask him or Donna, I've been looking in all the obvious places, places that supply wires and connectors.. lol
     
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    Try JST for free samples
     
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    I get them from Curtis.
     

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