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First big project-plasma rods and brake flasher

Just finished the job today, was not too bad. I will tell you the only way I did it was with all of your help on this site. I love the tank and you guys are all absolutely amazing! Hope you like it.

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Looks good.

Was the install as easy as CD makes it out to be? The cagers will be able to see you from behind for sure.

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Yes, except for cleaning up the wiring after it was all done. I am not real good with that stuff, so my friend/mechanic will probably be laughing at it when he sees it. Make sure to have some zip ties with you.


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Did you splice or use an adapter from CD? The wiring part doesn't scare me. I have stock in Velcro and I hoard zip ties! LOL.

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First big project-plasma rods and brake flasher

They include posi-taps, so all I had to do was figure out the correct wires to attach too. Not so easily done, however I did find some good info on this site and using a test light, I figured all of that out. Good luck. Btw, it looks even better in person.


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Nice job

can you get some pics with out lites on so we can see where you mounted

was it a kit or did you buy items sererately

every ride i swear some idiot kid is gonna hit me while texting and i want all the lite i can get
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