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Old 11-13-2012, 12:19 PM   #11
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Wow... poor advice all around.
Really? I think telling someone to tape wires together with electrical tape, on a motorcycle is as poor advice as one could give.

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... The seller said to put them parallel in the circuit. ...
Parallel is correct. Connect the resistor parallel to the two wires from the LED turn signal lights using T-Tap.

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black wire on harness ----- black wire on resistor -----black wire on signal--
blue wire on signal ---- white wire on resistor ---- blue wire on harness.
Yes, that's the right way.
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Old 11-13-2012, 01:31 PM   #12
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Yup, shameful! This is MBW's Load Equalizer for Victory..

http://www.mbwmotorcycle.com/products/Vegas.html
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Old 11-13-2012, 01:33 PM   #13
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Yup, shameful! This is MBW's Load Equalizer for Victory..

http://www.mbwmotorcycle.com/products/Vegas.html
So MBW's splices the two yellow wires to the positive leads of the rear taillights, and the black wire goes to ground?
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So MBW's splices the two yellow wires to the positive leads of the rear taillights, and the black wire goes to ground?
Well, yes, and no.... no splicing (which implies a cut). They are tapped onto the left and right positive signal wires. Because the the front left and rear left are in series, the load will be drawn per side, not just front or back.
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