Hello, new here so move my thread if im in the wrong spot! thank you! Anyways I have a 1994 XR250R that i want to convert to a dual sport bike. After much research and some help from some people local to me I have found that to have a bike street legal in NH all I need is a headlight, tail light, brake light, one mirror, and a horn. The information I am putting here is to hopefully help others in NH trying to do the same, and also I have a question about some wiring that I will save for the end. Now to go a little more into detail with each as far as the headlight, Im told it does not need to have high and low beams, just a headlight (The XR has this stock)... the tail light needs to be an all time running light ( like the stock XR light), the one mirror needs to be the left mirror ( I got both left and right, looks better I think) and a horn (does not need to be electric, I spoke to a guy who used a squeeky horn for a pedal bike which is what I have)... Also, I was told i would need DOT tires, however Im not sure about this (maybe someone can answer this? I would assume I would need them).. Hopefully that information is helpful, And I will post again when I get a title application from my town hall and fill it out for my bike and get it inspected. As far as my question it is in regards to the brakke light... I have the banjo bolt brake sensor like this one - http://www.dirtbikebitz.com/venhill-banjo-bolt-with-brake-light-switch-p-7526.html .... I also have a separate light installed under my tail light that I want to be the brake light. This will leave the tail light alone and on at all times, but when I hit the brake the light under it will light up. I am having trouble wiring it to work with the switch, if someone could help as to where to spice for power and where to connect to the switch that would be great, thank you! and sorry for the long post!