- 2018 and newer Goldwings
- Built-in Accelerometer triggers brake lights
- 12-pin adapters for both sides included
- Plug-in installation under the seat
- 200GW-12 unit is designed for 2018 and newer Goldwing models.
- 200GW-12 is totally plug-n-play.
- 200GW-12fits under the seat.
200GW-12 is installed in-line with matching 12-pin connectors of the saddlebag harness.
Simply unplug the connectors and insert the Right-side and Left-side adapter harness. Then, plug the 200GW-12 unit into the adapters - matching the RED and BLACK colored sleeve.
Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) suggests that you pump your brakes at each stop. tailBlazer does it automatically, and by flashing the tail light at maximum brightness.
This unit has built-in accelerometer, so as you throttle off, it will automatically sense the deceleration and activate the brake flash for a brief 2-second interval. And then as you apply the brakes the brake light will modulate rapidly at first then slow down to a solid ON over a period of (4) seconds.
The tailBlazer unit should be mounted in a vertical position for proper functioning of the accelerometer.
WHAT DO THEY SEE?
As you slow down or as you tap your brakes, drivers behind you will see a rapid flash of the brake lights. This sudden flashing commands immediate attention of vehicles behind you.
WHAT WILL THEY THINK?
tailBlazer uses a flash pattern which decays exponentially - a well-recognized deceleration warning. The attention to the initial flashing now changes to a clear recognition that you're beginning to slow down!
Simply flashing brake lights or flashing them on & off will get the attention of drivers behind you, but it doesn't invoke anything else. Every split second of delay in their reaction reduces your safety margin.
The internal circuitry is controlled by a microprocessor, which allows precise flash patterns, overload detection and reverse polarity protection.
Installation videos with standard bulbs and LED bulbs are viewable on our YouTube channel. Or you can search for them directly on YouTube.