Motorcycle Wiring

Keep those lights shining bright and working well – let Rocky Mountain ATV/MC help when you need to replace or upgrade the lighting wires on your motorcycle. Customize the features of your existing lighting with new wiring, or simply help the existing functions work better. With controllers, power modules, custom brake light switches, flasher relays and more, check out our selection today to have your lighting running smoothly again in no time!

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  • Tusk L.E.D. Flasher Relay

    Tusk L.E.D. Flasher Relay

    WES in CA

    Not for KTM EXC 500

    I bought this for my KTM with Sicass signals. The plug for this doesn't match up with stock plug and doesn't mount easily. Just remove turn indicator bulb or buy Sicass relay.

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  • Tusk Hydraulic Brake Switch Nissin Brakes

    Tusk Hydraulic Brake Switch Nissin Brakes

    Joel in CO

    Not bad for the price

    Seems to work fine, just be careful of the wires coming out of the switch as they can break off fairly easily during installation.

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  • Tusk Hydraulic Brake Switch Brembo Brakes

    Tusk Hydraulic Brake Switch Brembo Brakes

    Maksim in TX

    Work as Advertised

    Just remeber KTM/Husky/Husaberg use the M10x1.00 and the japanese bikes tend to use M10x1.50 thread. Make sure to order the one you actually need. In terms of function, these bad boys work great. I installed one on the front and rear brake on my KTM supermoto and they work great. Along with the TUSK lighting harness I had no issues.

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  • Biker's Choice Custom Brake Light Switch

    Biker's Choice Custom Brake Light Switch

    John in IN

    Decent, and sometimes the only option

    This is universal so they try and cover a lot of bases. Unfortunately, in my case this did not work so well. I've got an 86' XR250R. There was no good place to mount this at all. I ended up zip tying it to my frame because the mounting hardware didn't do squat. It's in a terrible place right under the exhaust so I am going to have to wrap the exhaust to reduce heat so I don't melt it. It does work though, just barely and I will have to constantly worry about it. Might work better on other applications though, didn't have a choice either.

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