How to wire foglights with multiple input switches?
I'm looking to supplement my high/lows, stealthily. I installed OPT7 H7 LED for the HB but it isn't throwing as far as I'd like, I'll try installing for the LB later. Stock HB/LB bulbs are garbagio, or my night vision sucks.
Fogs can be independently activated at will
1. Wire a pair of 30* LED fog lights to a rocker switch to cowitness my crappy low beam for when I need it. (Not often b/c traffic) I'm considerate so I'd add a separate rocker, but I'd like to avoid extra stuff so I may not do #1 at all.
Fogs can be activated along with high beam with minimal effort
2. Wire those fog lights to the high beam rocker by connecting a 12v lead from the high beam bulb to each fog light. Is there an easier way without ripping apart my new bike?
All four lights can function as strobes if needed with minimal effort
3. Wire all four lights individually to a 2 or 4-way strobe box. Connect strobe box somehow to the high beam trigger switch on the left grip. This may include running a wire all the way from that switch which would suck as I'm sure it's connected directly to the rocker. Also considering a grip mounted pressure/push switch.
I've never hooked multiple inputs to a single output, will this work in 12v parallel? I just do car audio and simple automotive wiring. Do I need to fuse each LED wire, or run a relay? I figured #2 and #3 piggyback off of the stock wiring so they are fused if I go the simple route.