Yes use male female connectors
I soldered to led light wires to the inner fairing shell turn signal wires ( staggered)
The connectors are for when you want to take off the fairing later on
I used silicone for the lights ( so not to drill my engine guard) and drilled 2 small holes to feed the wires up through the lowers and up through the fairing
Also installed lights upside down for less visible wires showing
( sorry for dirty pics my bike needs cleaning)
Yes they do brightens up the road surface immediately in front of the bike also especially oncoming cars . In bvb the daytime also gets the cagers attention I typically ride with about 30 to 40 bikes roughly 200 miles canyon and freeway regularly on Sundayss and everyone wants them now
How did you wire yours so that the amber is true amber, mine is a pale yellowish when turn signal is flashing.
FYI I just jumped the wires from the engine guard led lights with a separate connector to the front stock turn signal lights.
Can I just add the switchback drivers inline after the engine guard led lights leaving the
jump with connector as above
Without it affecting the stock turn signals function?
Anyone else uphappy with their stock headlights? Just got back from a trip and had to ride at night and the stock headlights SUCK.
They are the LED's so I thought they would be good.
I think someone posted that they need to be raised to work well. Anyone got that info?
Hey guys, new to the Harley world and to this forum. I just picked up a 2019 RGS. Love the bike, except the taillight. I live in Canada, so we have the big taillight on the rear fender. I managed to pick up a US rear fender to match my billiard blue off eBay. I’ve been searching the forums and...
How's it going all. I want to get some info on adding the run/ brake light set up on my 2000 SERG. She's an old one, and I don't know if the plug and play stuff goes back that far.Also need to see if I need a load equalizer too. I'm running a led headlight, which is 1000pct better than stock...
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