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***SOLD*** Kuryakyn Universal Run-Turn-Brake Controller for Metric Cruisers

***SOLD*** Kuryakyn Universal Run-Turn-Brake Controller for Metric Cruisers - $35 shipped to CONUS (PM me if in Canada)

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"A marvel of electronic wizardry, this module makes the single filament or single circuit turn signals on the rear of your bike function as running lights, turn signals, & brake lights. It also provides the optional 3 second pulsing brake light function to aid in catching drivers attention. The module wires in beneath your seat & works with stock or custom single circuit turn signals."


I used this controller on my 2008 C50, and had a custom adapter made for the wiring to allow me to "snap-in" the controller between the front and rear electrical connector under the driver seat, its Plug and Play - just add ground and hot. Look for the larger connectors in the pics.


Please read the installation document first if interested, linked here


***NOTE: this item DOES include a "load equalizer" for low-draw\LED applications. You can read more about the "load equalizer" in the install document.
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Update: I found the load equalizer that comes with!
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....., and had a custom adapter made for the wiring to allow me to "snap-in" the controller between the front and rear electrical connector under the driver seat, its Plug and Play





Just wondering where you got the connector to do that, looks like a very clean install.
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It was a little custom job that Joe at Cycleterminal.com (email: [email protected]) did for me. I gave him the front and rear wiring schematics and a diagram how i saw the wires matching up between front and rear. I can't believe I still had them so I am attaching them here. Joe did a great job and it worked great!
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