Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Jacksonville, FL
MeSeaHunt...I've installed both a headlight modulator and a brake lite flasher on my 2010 CR. I used a KRISS (not Kisan) modulator. The Kisan modulator is certainly easy enough to install since it physically mounts right on to the headlight plug itself. The Kriss folks make a big deal about the fact that the Kriss modulator attaches with separate wires so it's not exposed to the heat associated with the headlight itself. The Kriss website has a much better explanation about all this. It's worth reading. The installation is easy and the instructions are accurate. For the record, the Victory CR doesn't like to have a flashing high beam lamp so I wired my modulator to the low beam and its been working fine for 1 year. When I had the modulator connected to the high beam lamp, the high beam indicator in the speedometer also flashed, until it quit flashing altogether. No other operational problems, but my high beam indicator is no more. On the CR, the top comes off the headlight with 4 bolts and VIOLA, you have all the access and wiring exposed for you to work on. There is a wiring bundle that comes right out of the top rear of the headlight and I just ran the daylight sensor through that bundle and let it find daylight up near the top of the handlebars. It works fine. I was going to run the sensor down the fork leg (like I did on previous bikes) but this worked and was a whole lot less work. As far as the brake light flasher is concerned, I used the Signal Dynamics because of good past experiences with their product and the price was terrific. Also, their tech help phone line is tops. Hope this helps you. Watash.