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I was given a KC offroad light and I want to adapt it to my 90 TW. I was just going to wire it to the running light, leaving the "bright" wire unconnected (but covered) so I can use that as a de-facto off switch for covert riding in places I might not be allowed to be in. Will this cause any issues with the electrical system? Thanks group
 

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The KC will pull 130 watts and should have a fuse it will drain the electrical system.
 

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I took the stock light assembly off and was looking around to see how it wired up. If I wanted to remove the stock headlight and wire in the KC could I just leave the wire leading to the high beam switch unattached? Also how would it affect everything if I removed the indicator gauges? I switched to LED turn signals so it doesnt indicate when i have them blinking, I just want to lose that whole cluster and run the stock Odo. Any ideas from the group?
 

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I would be hard pressed to do away with my neutral indicator. It's become a "must have" item for me. Actually; I'm even thinking of putting one of the digital gear indicators that are out now, on my bike. I guess I'm just getting old, but I often find myself wondering what gear I'm in. Heck, I have even gotten on my bike, started it up, and reached around my left shoulder for my seat belt.
I would imagine that you can just pull the display panel, wrap the ends of each wire, and just leave them bundled behind the headlight, and not have any issues.
You probably should identify them in case you ever want to go back to the stock set-up.

Ride on Daddy-O
 
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