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Wiring for Vapor Indicator Dashboard

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I've seen a few other riders on the forum have also installed the Trail Tech Vapor speedo/tacho... but has anyone had any experience with the additional indicator dashboard (http://www.trailtech.net/022-PDA.html)? I've setup the Vapor on my 2005 WR450 and am about to have a crack at wiring up the 4 lights on the dashboard. I'm probably going to go with left indicator, right indicator, high beam and power (key is turned to "on"). I can probably work out which wires I need to connect up without too much trouble but thought I'd see if anyone else has already done this. Any tips or photo's would be really appreciated. Cheers.

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Ok, nevermind... after having a look and connecting up the wires I realised how ridiculously easy this really is. I probably should have put some thought into what is involved before posting this thread. Cheers.

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i bought a vapor computer for my wr426f and was wondering if can wire it up some how to make the lights stay on at night.

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Connect the power to the bike battery. No need to switch the Vapor off. 15 minutes of inactivity and it turns itself off.

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my wr426f doesnt have a battery. its powered by the stator. i thought i saw some where you could tap into a wire like the cdi to get power. im also adding a small 8 aa batery pack to run a horn and turn signals so i thought about tapping into that to power it.

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