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    Ignition trigger for PDM60

    Installed a PDM60 (overkill in my opinion) and I need a place to connect the ignition trigger. I have a 2007 RT. Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfcaramagno View Post
    Installed a PDM60 (overkill in my opinion) and I need a place to connect the ignition trigger. I have a 2007 RT. Any ideas?
    Had to look up PDM60...Power Distribution Module .....Anyway, I like this as a trigger-



    Looks like you could get both from Twisted Throttle- http://www.twistedthrottle.com/elect...ph-motorcycles

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    On my R1200R, I located the tail light wire and tapped into that.
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    I don't think the tail light will work on an RT. If I remember correctly, the tail light and brake light are the same single filament bulb, with the tail light function accomplished by sending a pulsed DC signal to the bulb (pulse width modulation).
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    It may actually be the back parking light. It's the same wire that Skene recommended as the power source for their P3 lights.
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