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    Hi, everyone I just bought the RAW SUPER STEALTH Rear Signals & Brake. and the wiring looks complicated. It just might be over my capabilities.lol Any tips the instructors although in English might as well be in French. Better yet a how to video. Help lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darryl View Post
    Hi, everyone I just bought the RAW SUPER STEALTH Rear Signals & Brake. and the wiring looks complicated. It just might be over my capabilities.lol Any tips the instructors although in English might as well be in French. Better yet a how to video. Help lol
    Darryl, you contact Bill, the owner of Raw Design Cycles, and he can talk you through the entire process, or clear up any questions you may have. You can reach Bill at (203) 425-3214. You should call him today as soon as possible, because he and his wife are going on vacation tomorrow until the 19th of April.

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    All right, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darryl View Post
    All right, thanks.
    You're welcome Bro. Were you able to contact Bill, and was he able to help you?

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    It's not plug and play?

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    I didn't contact him yet, I got the wiring done on the led bracket. Now I just need to wire it to the bike. Going to debeaver it tomorrow.

    The only part I don't understand now is:

    2-Remove 4, 10mm bolts that hold the stock plastic turn signal in place.

    3-Cut off the turn signal / plate holder, flush. A utility knife works well.

    4-Reinstall newly trimmed piece with the 10mm bolts and place the back body panel on.

    Step 3 is what got me nervous.
    Hoping when I start to take it apart it will all make sense. lol

    I wish it was plug and play.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darryl View Post
    I didn't contact him yet, I got the wiring done on the led bracket. Now I just need to wire it to the bike. Going to debeaver it tomorrow.

    The only part I don't understand now is:

    2-Remove 4, 10mm bolts that hold the stock plastic turn signal in place.

    3-Cut off the turn signal / plate holder, flush. A utility knife works well.

    4-Reinstall newly trimmed piece with the 10mm bolts and place the back body panel on.

    Step 3 is what got me nervous.
    Hoping when I start to take it apart it will all make sense. lol

    I wish it was plug and play.
    Step 3 sounds like the debeaver you were planning to do.
    It's easier to just take the back section off the bike so you can maneuver the part while cutting it.
    There's 4 - 10mm bolts holding the back section to the bike.

    Here's a video of the rear section coming off and being cut: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFCxmzeqEH0
    2008 M109R2 Black - Flat black rims, Smoked turn signals, K&N Replacement filters, 2006 Exhaust Debaffled, & HealTech GiPro A-TRE G2.

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    Attacking a brand new bike with a hack saw can be quite unnerving if you've never done it before! I did mine the first week I had the bike.
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    Right on, that is really helpful. I learned alot from it.
    Thank you!

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    I used an oscillating tool with a wood blade in it to debeaver. Worked like a charm

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    What is the purpose of magic blinkers installation?


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    If you are referring to the LED setup then you need it so the signal lights don't flash fast.

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    Yes, i got RawDesign super stealth led Light and it came with gene. Bit i also got rewo fender eliminator and it came with special relay so I’m not sure if I’m good with changing only relay or I still have to wire in gene.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darryl View Post
    Hi, everyone I just bought the RAW SUPER STEALTH Rear Signals & Brake. and the wiring looks complicated. It just might be over my capabilities.lol Any tips the instructors although in English might as well be in French. Better yet a how to video. Help lol
    Hey!
    I got a problem with figuring out how to wire this think. Are you supposed to wire in both blinker gene and dual element conversion wiring? If so how exactly? I’m not really tech savvy so any help will be welcomed


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    The relay is so signals don't flash fast. The blinker genie is so you go from 2 wire to 3 wire so you have running lights. Is there not a wiring diagram with instructions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyingCircus View Post
    The relay is so signals don't flash fast. The blinker genie is so you go from 2 wire to 3 wire so you have running lights. Is there not a wiring diagram with instructions?
    Not for the whole thing. But I did contact Bill from raw design and he did emailed me complete diagram. Now I just have to figure out wires coming from the bike. Which one is for brake, which one for running light etc


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