TST Brake Light Modulator Yamaha Raider 2014-2017

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Add 3 programmable brake light modes to your stock Yamaha Raider tail light with this easy to install TST Brake Light Modulator.


Yamaha Raider | 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

Only verified on North American models.

Looking for a Brake Light Modulator that works with your 2008-2013 Yamaha Raider? We've got you covered. Click HERE for the 2008-2013 model.


  • Adds 3 light modes to your motorcycle's tail light
    • Brake light modes: standard, pulsar, and strobe
  • Plug and play wire harness eliminates the need for wire cutting, splicing, or soldering
  • Removable capsule cap enables easy selection of your desired light mode
  • Provides a valuable safety feature that demands attention while you are slowing down or coming to a stop
  • Simple and easy installation
  • Handles up to four amperes of current

Do you wish your OEM Yamaha Raider brake light had different light modes? We've got you covered! Our TST Brake Light Modulator is your plug and play solution to adding an important safety feature to your cruiser's brake light. This modulator enables 3 selectable brake light modes to your tail light - standard, strobe alert, or pulsar brake alert. Slowing down for a stop or hard emergency braking can put you as a rider in a lot of danger, so it's important to do everything you can to make sure your brake light grabs the attention of the driver behind you. We've made installation a quick and easy process with our plug-and-play harness, meaning that there's absolutely no cutting, splicing, or soldering required.

NON U.S. BUYERS: Fitment has only been verified on North American market Yamaha Raider models. It is your responsibility to verify fitment before making your purchase.

Please note this item is not DOT approved and may not comply with the laws and regulations in your area. See our Terms & Conditions for more information.

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Brand TST Industries
Fitment Bike Specific
Product Fuses / Relays / Harnesses