Thanks for the replies guys. RHGuyettejr, would you wire those galls LED hide-a-ways to a switch in the pod and directly to the battery? The description on the Galls website is very brief. Plus, I am not very knowledgable when it comes to this type of stuff. Thanks!
These particular lights just require power and a switch box. First I would start by asking yourself how many lights you would want to run, and if you would need any auxiliary power for any other mods. If this is the case, I would run a new ground wire and new positive wire from the battery to the fuse box, then use this power supply for a common power for all the stuff not normally on the wheeler, you will want a 50 amp in line maxi fuse in the power wire no more than 6-8 inches from the battery, this will blow if things go wrong and keep the system from frying itself. If you are just running lights, I would select a switch box from galls that suits your needs, they sell from 2-5 switch boxes, the important thing is you get a fused switch box. I would then run power in the same fashion from the battery still with the 50 amp fuse, but skip the extra fuse box and go right to the switch box. The box will have a wire for the main power, and a small gauge (20 gauge I believe) for the ignition so it turns on on start. From this switch box you can run the power wires to the lights you want (the wires on coming out are labeled according to switch position) . You will have to ground the lights somewhere on the frame of the quad, (this is why I use the secondary fuse box because it has extra ground posts)
Now the lights have the flasher unit attached to them, but after that the wire can be cut to length, You will run the power to fused switch box, then run the ground to a safe ground. You will have a sinc wire that you connect after the flash pattern is set, and a flasher wire that you touch to the a good ground to set the flash pattern. Directions and a list of patterns are provided.
Any more questions feel free to ask, hope this helps.