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    Help! Need wiring instructions

    Hello- I'm leaving for a 2 week trip tomorrow (Sat 8/9)- and I seem to have lost the install instructions for a Hyper-Lite kit for my '08 R12RT (it's the R1200RT II kit- with the 16 led's). I have the lights mounted on the bike and notched into the rear brake light housing- but I need to know which wires splice into which on the bike to get it working. It would be nice to get it working before I leave so if anyone happens to have a spare copy of the instructions laying around and might be able to summarize them here for me...like in the next few hours...that would be great!
    Jay
    '08 R12RT
    Denver, CO

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    Hyper-Lite Black Ground Wire - Brown


    Hyper-Lite Gray Running Light Power - Gray w/Black Stripe or Red w/Green Stripe


    Hyper-Lite Red Brake Light Power - Gray w/Yellow Stripe


    This is right from their web site:

    http://www.hyperlites.com/wiring.html
    BobFV1
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    Thanks. I saw those- there were some additional, R12RT instructions where you can either choose to splice into the security wiring plug or get power from an ignition source/can bus helper.
    Jay
    '08 R12RT
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    Well I'm off to Glacier. Was having trouble getting ahold of the Hyper-Lites folks and thought I'd throw in that last ditch effort. They'll probably respond to my email in a few weeks when I'm back and I'll sort it out then. In the meantime I've instructed my passenger to flap her arms like a pterodactyl when she senses I've hit the brakes- that oughta get their attention and the gyroscopic forces will probably stabilize the bike.....
    Jay
    '08 R12RT
    Denver, CO

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