Hi folks, Im wanting to make my rear end look all nice and bright by using some red waterproof LED strips I've bought off ebay (I've used the white strip ones from there for all different applications like a cabin light for my Patrol, a strip for extra light on my workbench where I build and fix things and they are fantastic) so with these red ones I want to connect them to my brake lights so when the brakes are applied, the LED's come on also which will be in different styles around the number plate and cowl ect. But, as we all know, when the key is turned and the bike is running the rear tail light is constantly luminated, and when the brakes are applied another element inside the globe gets powered hence the brake light getting brighter. How do I go about connecting the external LED's that I'll be installing to the brake light power so they only come on when the brake light is luminated. The LED's themselves have one setting, and thats on. So the LED's are'nt going to be dim then bright like a normal brake light globe would. If by chance (im not even sure yet) that under the brake light housing there are 2 different circuits of LED's already, then the job will be easy as pie as I'll just wire the extra LED's to the brake light circuit and voila, job done. But yeah, if it is the old globe setup then how would you guys suggest doing it?