do I have to pay $60 more?
strive to make products for the do it yourselfer, but because of
the complexity of the LED Integrations, the custom installation
must be performed by M. D. Wright, Inc. We have to disassemble the
brake light assembly, make several modifications, and install a
specially designed LED Integrator PC board for each different tail
light. It is too easy to damage the tail light and the LED's to
make this kit for the do it yourselfer. Instructions would be overwhelmingly
technical, and the work is very critical. Simply blowing a fuse
is about the worst thing that can happen if the installer messes
up installing the original Integrator Kit on a bike with two side
by side brake light bulbs. However, with the LED Integrator, one
slight mistake of placing a component only 0.020" off can permanently
ruin the entire tail light. If the tail light is damaged, you would
need to buy a complete new tail light ranging from around $70 -
$150. Believe me, we have had several very capable people try to
do the installations themselves, resulting in them having to call
us to order them a new tail light and Integrate it for them. When
we do the work, it comes with a lifetime warranty, and you do not
have to do any wiring. The LED Integrator will be professionally
installed inside your brake light assembly. It will look like a
factory option. We also mount a switch on the back of the tail light
to disable the Flash-Alert! feature if you wish (most people really
like it on since it gets people's attention). As part of the installation,
we also include a license plate bracket on many of the bikes, like
a fender eliminator. Nobody else offers anywhere close to all of
this for anywhere near the price. I am so confident that you will
absolutely thrilled with your Integrated LED tail light that I will
make the following offer, with only one condition. If your tail
light is sent to us in new condition (no scratches or cut wires,
etc.), and you are not 100% happy with our Integration within the
first 30 days, I will replace your original tail light for no charge.
- what you get with the $60 installation fee.
'show quality' installation - like factory option.
wiring - simply plug right into factory harness (some bikes require
the turn signal wires to be hooked up - but we provide the connectors).
custom made licese plate bracket (like Fender Eliminator) for some
models (others will be available soon, and will be shipped when
completed upon request).
is the LED colors, brightness and locations?
use the stock LED's, in the stock positions so it remains the same
brightness as it from the factory. That way, it will not looked cobbled
together. Another company installs many yellow LED's in the circuit.
That sounds like a great idea, until you look at it. You can tell
right away that it is not factory. The LED tail lights have Fresnell
lenses, which means that they are designed for the LED's to be in
exact locations for the light to refract in such a way that they are
very visible. Yes, the other is visible, but it clearly shows up between
the Fresnel sections, and looks out of place. Besides, many vehicles
use red turn signals. With our Integrator, when the turn signal is
on, it will flash from all the way off to fully bright - that way
it is very visible and noticable.
the Integrator have flashy options?
Integrator does come with the Flash-Alert! feature, which pulses the
brake rapidly to get people's attention faster. This is an intuitave
pulse, where it only flashes when only the brake is on. If a turn
signal is on, the Flash-Alert! feature is automatically disabled until
the turn signal is canceled. It make sense, and is not confusing at
all. Other versions have selections for blinking, but once again,
it sounds better that it actually works out. First, having selectable
patterns adds to the complexity of the board, which decreases reliability.
Second, it does not make as much 'common scense' for those who are
following you, trying to figure out what your intentions are. Our
Integrator is designed to make your brake light alsow work as turn
signals with two things in mind, reliability, and ease of understanding.
The idea is to make something that just makes sence.
do I need to send?
need the brake light assembly and the turn signal wires. See details
about your particular bike:
The turn signal harness is black taped to the main tail light power
harness. Do not separate these two harnesses. Do
not cut any wires. Simply unplug both connectors from the
right side of the battery.
Include the stock rear turn signals. We will
take the turn signal apart, cut the wires about 1 inch away from
where the wire actually connects to the bulb (so you can go back
to stock if you ever want to). We use the wires with stock connectors
and return the turn signals to you with the Integrated tail light.
Note. You can cut and send us the wires only
if you prefer, but please do not cut where the wires go into the
turn signal housing. There is about another
inch of wire that goes into the housing that we need. Cut next to
the bulb connector as described above.
If you no longer have the stock signals, but still have the connectors
where they plugged into the main wiring harness, please include
the connector. Your installation will be much nicer since everything
will have factory connectors. If you no longer have the turn signals
or the connectors, we can still do the installation. But you will
have to hook up a couple wires with quick tap connectors that we
will send. They work fine, but once again, it is a much nicer, cleaner,
more professional installation if we have the stock wires with connectors.