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    Hi all! I just finished installing a Back Off XP brake light flasher module and thought I'd post a couple pictures of a quick and easy install location.
    As usual, I made more work out of the install than it should have been! I was originally going to mount the module tucked up on top of the rear wheel well somewhere, so I took off the Corbin hard bag on one side and took apart a bunch of stuff that I didn't need to, so if you mount yours where the pictures show, all you really have to take off is the seat. I did have to trim the battery cover so that it would not interfear with the Back Off module, but that is very easy to do.
    Unplug the brake light/tail light/turn signal plug, located on the left side rear of the battery case behind the cross brace, and use a test light to determin which wire is the brake light. Then just snip that wire and tie the module in as directed. Very simple. I suggest soldering the connections together if you can. Mount the module with the supplied two-sided tape, and your done!



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    Very Active Member Aussie109r's Avatar
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    Default Re: Back Off Brake Light Flasher Install

    Well done EZ mate, good spot, I'm yet to put mine on, may have a look at that location......
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    I really like your install. I did mine the hard way about a month ago and put it back by the saddle bag rail. Either way,the Back Off modulator works great.
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    hey bro what happen to your pics,i was able to view them on the old site

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    I just got this mod and want to know for sure what wires to cut .. looks easy but want to make it a quick mod as i think its a great bonus to have as people are not looking for sure thanks for the help
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    Here you go. Only one wire to cut. It is white with a black stripe.

    Mode 1: 3 short flashes then 1 long, then it repeats.



    Mode 2: 5 short flashes, then steady on.


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    bump

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    Did you have to extend your wires any to make it work in this location? I don't see how you can easily make the connections without extending the wires. Did you go before or after the plug?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AWESOME109 View Post
    Here you go. Only one wire to cut. It is white with a black stripe.

    Mode 1: 3 short flashes then 1 long, then it repeats.



    Mode 2: 5 short flashes, then steady on.


    Thanks, Big Thumbs Up to AWSOME9...!!!!! .

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    I used this this evening to install my "back off" this evening. Just what I needed. Thx.

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