Okay...I am officially confused......and/or scared....
What I'm saying is that I'm not sure these kinds of devices will work on the Vic X bikes. If you wire them as directed, I don't think you'll hurt anything, but I wouldn't be surprised if some of the functions don't work, or the flash rate is very fast, that sort of thing. You might be a guinea pig, is all.
That's the sort of thing I'm experiencing -- and attempting to overcome -- during my current mirror-adding project. (And even though I believe a couple of people have added those LED mirrors, one person I know who had them on bought the bike that way, and no longer has the bike. And maybe one or two others had dealers do this work.)
Take a look at this thread, for instance: https://www.victoryforums.com/showthread.php?t=9709
. Here, some people were messing with another CustomLED device, a brake-light strobe/flasher ( http://www.customled.com/products/br..._modulator.htm
). I don't have this, but you'll read that this required the addition of a CANbus load equalizer ( http://www.customled.com/products/lo...youtRegion9LYR
) in order to restore the cruise control function. Off hand, you wouldn't think flashing a brake light would mess with the cruise, would you? That's the sort of thing I'm talking about
: the ECM being a busybody, monitoring things, not completely pleased with what it sees, and doing something you wouldn't expect.
BTW, I doubt you'll find anything that's "plug and play" for the Vic. To me, PnP means you unhook some harness plug -- or some bullet connectors -- and just plug the new device in-between. I think you'll find, instead, for the Vics that you need to get some device that's typically described as "universal"; what you'll need to do is manually splice and connect this bike wire to this device wire, that bike wire to that device wire, etc.
Also, in a brain cramp, I forgot to mention this less complex CustemLED device: Blinker Genie ( http://www.customled.com/products/ma...ic_blinker.htm
). This sounds like what you want, and is simpler and cheaper. In fact, I was thinking about these, before I bought the LED mirrors. Again, be prepared to possibly add a load equalizer or some other device, if the flash rate changes to something very fast, or maybe it doesn't work consistently, etc. That is, out of the box, on a Vic, it may
not work as advertised.
Sorry to be so wordy. Does this help?