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Great so far...
Outstanding taillight! I ordered this after my incandescent lamp kept burning out due to excessive vibration. I preferred a red lens with old school blue dot, but you can't beat LEDs. Kuryakyn has the best out there!
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Note: Flashing brake and amber arrow can be disabled with the flick of a switch on the control module.Important Information About Panacea Taillights: All wiring for trailer lights must be spliced into the wiring harness ahead of the Panacea control module.Note: If the rear of the motorcycle is equipped with any incandescent lights that were not original equipment, such lights must be spliced into the wiring harness ahead of the Panacea control module. Police Models are often equipped with additional lights not found on their civilian counterparts. Be aware that these lights must be rewired, removed, or converted to L.E.D. prior to installing a Panacea system.Note: The Panacea Taillight System meets FMVSS #108 when operated in "DOT Mode". There is no provision in FMVSS #108 for flashing brake or amber arrows so those features are disabled when operated in "DOT Mode".Note: Panacea Taillights can be used on 1997-2001 Dyna, 1996-2001 Fat Boy and FXST (except Deuce), 1999-2001 Sportster Models, but they must be used with stock turn signals. Panacea Turn Signals are not available for these applications.Note: Panacea lighting or run-turn-brake controllers are not compatible with H-D accessory or other aftermarket modules. Remove all such modules before installing Panacea lighting or run-turn-brake modules. Load equalizers generate heat when in use so avoid using the turn signals for an extended period of time. never operate 4-way flashers unless you first remove the load equalizers.