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Adding Denali B6 LED auxiliary Brake Light

Discussion in 'V7/V85/V9 Chat & Tech' started by Eder, Dec 6, 2018 at 9:43 PM.

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    Eder Just got it firing!

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    Hey All,

    New to the forums and excited to go through them...a lot of good stuff on here. Was seeing if anyone else has added the Denali B6 LED brake light to their V9. I have the light but am hesitant to start cutting away at stuff. Seems simple enough except the wires are completely different colors on the stock tail light and the LED addition. Anyone know which line up with which? Any other tips are greatly appreciated! Thank you.
     

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    john zibell Moderator Staff Member GT Famiglia

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    There is a PDF version of the Schematic in the downloads, V9 section.
     
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    Eder Just got it firing!

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    Awesome, Thank you!
     
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    Eder Just got it firing!

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    Update. Installed the light and it looks and works great. It is incredibly bright! The process was made significantly easier with the B6 kit coming with posi taps. For future reference if anyone wants to install the light on the V9 here is how the wires all line up together:

    Denali B6: black wire = ground, red wire = running light, orange wire = brake light

    V9 Bobber stock tail light wiring: blue wire = ground, solid yellow wire = running light, half yellow/half green wire = brake light

    Match these up and fire it up!!
     

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