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Installed yesterday, and so far, so good. Didn't want to remove rear rack, so tapped into the rear signals under the rear fender. Rest was done under the seat. Thanks to drifter for pointing out the rear brake connector, which in hindsight should have been obvious. Tapped only into the Brake + wire. Then connected the grey and black to switched + and - (from the seat heater accessory cord, also used for front LED headlight supplements) Didn't use connectors supplied from Hyperlites, but used butt splicers and heat shrink wrap to give it a more secure connection. I may relocate them, so I left enough excess wiring, but I prefer minimal wire visibility.



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The Denali B6 light is a great option and very bright, you can do it two ways either with CANBUS adapter or directly to bike with an adapter that does not require you to cut into the bikes wiring.
I use the T3 and an ezCAN. Very similar the the B6 but also has built in indicators.
One feature of the ezCAN that’s overlooked. It will switch on the brake light under engine braking. So no need to cover the brake.
 

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I use the T3 and an ezCAN. Very similar the the B6 but also has built in indicators.
One feature of the ezCAN that’s overlooked. It will switch on the brake light under engine braking. So no need to cover the brake.
I have the ezCan (Denali Version) on my GS and love the flexibility in programming, great thing is that they make one for the PAS as well, it allows you to do all of those things love the flash 3 times before solid as you are braking as well. The really nice thing as I mentioned above, Denali makes an adapter cable foe the HD bikes that allows you to plug the B6 in without having to cut or splice any wires, makes it easy to take off too.
 

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The ezCAN and the cansmart are the same thing. Both designed and build by hex innovate. Stephan the owner used to post on here but I’ve not seen anything from him in awhile. There is a thread detailing what I fitted and how I fitted it on here somewhere. Ended up with two ezCAN’sl front DRL and indicators, front spot lights and the rear DRL,brake and indicators. Works well and far more visible from the front and back.

Love the functionality and ease of fitting / programming of the ezCAN’s. They might not be cheap, but I don’t think I’d go with any other accessories manger now.
 

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I have used police led lights on many bikes. The ones I use are 40 bucks each and have very long range visibility. Crazy adjustable flash patters and so bright they will burn your retina. Never been pulled over for using them. Very low amp draw too. Google search will provide many sources but I get mine from StrobesnMore and buy the house brand. Just only use amber or red, never blue ect.
 

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I have the Denali switchback turn signals front and rear. Went with these because of the rear turn signals being run/stop/turn and the factory brake light not being as noticeable as I would have liked. Both front and rear give the bike a much more updated look versus looking like every other harley turn signal out there.
 

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Some of it was covered already, here my positive experience on the aux lights from Denali.

Ordered the Pan America T3 and B6 aux lights incl. the plug&play connectors. Order details and some pics included. Took me (medium skilled) about 3 hrs to install it.

Rear light is easy with routing it through the already existing ring sealed opening below the passenger seat where you find the connector.

T3 front turn signal connectors are in the front below the tank and take a bit of flexibility on your fingers to unplug the existing ones, insert the new Y-connector from Denali and re-connect the existing one and the new one. Need to drill through the hand guards and route it along the existing cables and use short black cable ties to make it all nice and tidy.

Both work fantastic and not too difficult. You are seen much easier on the road and a great enhancement to the existing lights. Last step is to get the HD aux lights - but that I leave to a technician.

Lights from Denali were ordered in Aug, got delivered (late) in Oct.
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