I was lucky enough to score one of Takamii's Molten RHOK wheel light kits. https://netrider.net.au/forums/showthread.php?t=129006&page=3#.T3OSvzEgdoQ This is a record of my experience with it; installation, impressions, feedback etc. First of all I have ZERO experience with electrics. This has been a massive learning experience for me, and I've enjoyed it very much so far. The first phase of this was receiving my kit from Takamii, which I got in the mail yesterday. I also purchased some extra bits from Jaycar (I spent about $10) so that I could add a switch to the system: The switch has a rubber hood, which I figured would be good for being water resistant. OK, now to work out get it installed. First, I gave the bike a good clean, paying particular attention to the wheels and locations where bits would need to be stuck down. Bike cleaned, I then started to work out the installation process. Now, to be clear here, the instructions say that installation should take 1-2 hours. Now that I understand how it should be put together, I agree that this would be about right (maybe a bit longer if you take your time and be very careful... not a bad thing). However, for me, fumbling my way through, and trying to learn about bike electrics at the same time, this has been blown out of the water. So far, I've spent about 3 hours, and pretty much just got the rim tape installed. I HAVE also gained knowledge of the bike and mapped out how the system will be installed. Time well spent IMO. While the instructions suggest installing the rim tape last, I was desperate to get SOMETHING achieved last night, so, I've installed that first. (actually, my wife did that bit. I'm horrible at that kind of thing.) With the help of a friend, I was then able to understand the electrical system on my bike (well, enough to know where to connect this to). For me, this was by far the biggest hurdle of the experience. The instructions suggest to connect the system to a positive power source that is after the ignition (so it turns off when the ignition is off). OK.... I fully understand that concept. No problem... When it comes to ACTUALLY knowing where that can be found?? ZERO clue. (NOTE: The instructions do say that they assume you have some experience with electrics). Now, I did actually work out before my friend came over that I would like to connect it to the horn. I figured, I'd stay away from lights of any sort, as shorting out the horn seems less dangerous to me than any of the lights on the bike. I even managed to get to the fuse box, and work out which wire was the correct one for the horn. So far, I had be suspect, but, I really didn't know if I was completely full of shit, and it would be a bad thing to do. Thankfully, we were able to verify that it would be fine to connect there, and we even tested one of the LED lights by connecting it to the bottom of the horn wire where it connects to the fuse box. We tested it with the ignition on/off etc and it all went really well. My other hurdle was working out the scotchlok connector. Seems silly, but, I just couldn't see the gap that allowed a wire to feed into the side of it. This had me baffled. I was sure that it should slide over an existing wire, and then put the new wire in the end of it, but, I just couldn't see a gap there. It took my beautiful wife to point out that I am indeed completely blind, and that there IS a gap (albeit, a very small one). By this time, it was late, and I needed the bike for the morning, so, I figured it was time to leave it there, and get back to it the next night. I will add more once I've installed the rest of the system (should be tonight).