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I recently purchased and installed a Dassault undertail. The fit and finish is by far the best I have seen yet.
I need some advice on what to do with the myriad of unmanageable wires. Ant suggestions and/or pictures would be great. Also, is there another solution for slowing down the blink rate other than the Libertek unit. The last thing i want to do is cut more wiring...

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Re: Dussault undertail suggestions... (V-Tach)

Just trial and error the wires, that's what I did...

This wire and this wire do this, ok, I need to put this wire here ect. ect.

I'll take a pic for yah tommorow of my Texas undertail setup if no Dussault guys pony one up.
 
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Re: Dussault undertail suggestions... (V-Tach)

I have to ask which version of the blinkers do you have? Hopefully you have the new ones that only have two wires, a red and a black... mine have electrical tape covering the blinkers because the solders are so fragile.....




My undertail kit came with the earlier style led blinkers that had several wires and little black boxes. These blinkers were less than acceptable as they were very dim and blinked at a rate twice that of the larger single turn signal bulb inside the brake light housing........




I bought the libertek flasher but the stupid thing wouldn't make the front turn signals flash on my bike. I think it has something to do with my front flush mounts do not double up as running lights, they are off unless I hit the turn signal........




I purchased the heavy duty flasher from mototeck and it gave a very nice flashing rate and also flashes my front turn signals......




I hope to god you have the new style led blinkers with only two wires otherwise you have to call mototeck and they will send you the new ones free of charge. You have to take off the undertail and get the good old iron out......





As for making things neat and tidy, its a lost f#%king cause. You've red necked it all up by chopping up the stock plastics and it will always be a rats nest under there, mine is just all taped up with electrical tape in a big clump of relays and electrical connectors. I find it to be the most secure.
 
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