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post #1 of 5 Old 12-09-2019, 01:37 AM Thread Starter
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Custom Dynamics Magic Strobe installation help

Hello all, I have a 2019 N1K and purchased the Custom Dynamics Brake modulator. It's a simple installation that requires cutting the wire to the brake light, splicing one end to one wire from the modulator and the same with the other end and ground.

I'm looking for a place on the bike to get to the correct wire without having to do a lot of dismantling.

Does anyone have any suggestions of where to install or have done the same modification?

Thank you ahead of time.
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post #2 of 5 Old 12-09-2019, 02:42 PM
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Haven't done that mod but it's quite easy to get to the brake wire in the tail piece. I just pulled it apart to add some auxiliary brake lights. I've included a portion of the schematic and the service manual page. Hope this helps.
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Hello all, I have a 2019 N1K and purchased the Custom Dynamics Brake modulator. It's a simple installation that requires cutting the wire to the brake light, splicing one end to one wire from the modulator and the same with the other end and ground.

I'm looking for a place on the bike to get to the correct wire without having to do a lot of dismantling.

Does anyone have any suggestions of where to install or have done the same modification?

Thank you ahead of time.
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Haven't done that mod but it's quite easy to get to the brake wire in the tail piece. I just pulled it apart to add some auxiliary brake lights. I've included a portion of the schematic and the service manual page. Hope this helps.
Thank you! Seems easy enough, so it's just four bolts and it slides out?
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Pretty much. Loosen 4, remove 2 and it slides out. You'll see the wiring to tap into. Just choose the correctly colored wire(s).

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post #5 of 5 Old 12-10-2019, 12:43 AM Thread Starter
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Pretty much. Loosen 4, remove 2 and it slides out. You'll see the wiring to tap into. Just choose the correctly colored wire(s).
Thank you very much!
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