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I love the bike and everything that comes with it, but I want more lighting especially on the tail-end of my bike. More visibility = Safer Riding

Pretty standard mod is to convert the tail-lights into running/brake lights. The trouble for me is that I don't know how to do it!

Has anyone done this before? Is anyone planning on doing it on this bike? I've seen kits for HD and BMW but nothing much in the way of Honda. One kit I found is back-ordered with no expected ship date. I'm thinking a kit is nice, but not needed if you know what you're doing. Although I don't have the skills to figure this out on my own, maybe one of you guys do and can post instructions?? (or suggestions):confused:
 

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Magic Blinkers Turn Signal Coverter

I have used these on both of my motorcycles.

It gives you running lights in the front but you can run additional wires to the rear blinkers to have running lights front and rear.

I highly recommend using LED lights with the Magick Blinkers as well as a new LED blinker relay to keep the flash rate normal.
 

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I've used the Kisan Signal Minder on all my bikes. It allows for the turn signal running lights, 4-ways and wig-wag. It also cancels your turn signal if you forget. Love this device. http://www.kisantech.com/
 

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I've used the Kisan Signal Minder on all my bikes. It allows for the turn signal running lights, 4-ways and wig-wag. It also cancels your turn signal if you forget. Love this device. http://www.kisantech.com/
Is this device on your Fury? I just read the installation instructions for the 9-pin model, which I think we have and it seems to be straight forward, with the exception I do not know where our current flasher module is located. I checked an online parts catalog but could not find it listed. Anyone have any idea?

Also, does anyone know of any red turn signal covers that will fit our bike's rear turnsignals?
 

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I just had a look at the manual. The turn signal relay is located at the back of the frame at the top just starboard of the shock absorber. The manual recommends removal of the fender to get to it.
 
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