Little off topic, but did you manage to get your low fuel light to blink like its supposed to when fuel level gets low?
Mine only goes solid, so there ends up being no difference in indication between upper and lower level indications.
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I got the additional lights w/holder from Vapor (2 ea side) and connected them per a schematic that DEcosse designed for my SV1K. I have turn signal, hi beam, fuel, and oil pressure. My neutral light is via a TRE with a gear indicator, thus that circuit does not go to the Vapor array.
The fuel light is connected to the "Low Fuel" R/B wire and does not flash. I believe the "Very Low Fuel Flash" came off the B/Lg wire to the gauge which generates the flash.
In my installation, a reed relay receives the relatively low voltage from the fuel sensor (thermistor) and then switches on full power to the light.
And, while talking lights, the LEDs supplied by Vapor were still not bright enough to my liking so I swapped them out with brighter ones from http://www.superbrightleds.com/
I do not know if any of this is applicable to the 650. Hopefully, DEcosse reads this and corrects any mistakes.