Here is the sequence:
1. Some of the parts.
2. The main task of the mod is making a bracket for the light. I used some aluminum angle from which I cut off the crossed areas.
4. The bracket primed and painted. The notch on the bracket corresponds to the electrical wires on the back of the LED (photographed rotated 180d).
4. It took me a couple of months to decide where to install an additional light. With all the curves on the bike, it was hard to find a match between an off the shelf light and the surface of the scooter. Finally, I decided to use the screw that secures t
5. This is how the wires are routed to the engine compartment. From the light to the engine compartment, where to flashing module is located, the wires are covered in a heat-shrink(?) jacket. From the engine to the rear light, where the power is tapped in
6. Connection to the brake light power. For the grounding, I used the screw on the upper left of the rear light cavity.
7. Securing the wires in the wheel well (routing from the rear light to the engine compartment)
8. Engine compartment connections. The module is secured to the scooter with its own double tape.
9. Final installation
10. light and afterburner ON.
Final disclosure. This flashing module does not work either, unless is hot wired directly to the battery or any external 12V DC. The voltmeter reads 12V to 13V, depending whether the scooter is running or not. As for Amps, i