You know, the electricity can be dangerous. One time I was working on my computer and, all of a sudden, all the magic smoke left my computer! I tried to force it back in, but to no avail, Once the magic smoke leaves the wires, the wires are automatically dead.
Seriously, though, I just took off my stock turn signals and brake light and installed a Light Werkes light (not as good as MotoD, but, hey, you use what you got) and it was a piece of cake! I used the stock bullet connectors for the brake lights and crimped some new bullet connectors off the stock light so they would slip right into the bullets for the new light. Little heat shrink, some quick ties, some shoving of wires under seat, and Voila! One tip, most integrated lights use the ground built in the light for the turn signal ground. So, just plug in the hot wire for the turn signals.
If you, say, wired a light switch, you can def. handle this.
Of course, right after this, I wanted to ride around with my cool new light and my bike wouldn't start! 20 mins and checking all connections later, I realized I had flipped the kill switch! I don't usually use my kill switch, so I didn't think to check. Ha ha, joke was one me on that one.
2003 Monster 620ie (The Silver Surfer)
Stuff bolted on of questionable value