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This is the link to the resistors that I bought. I only used one for the rear brake/running light. It does get a little hot, so as a precaution, I zip-tied it on the outside of the sub frame (away from wires). Wired in parallel. Very easy.
Any rear led brake/running light should have a ground, running, and brake wire. No need for a separate module (if I understand u correctly). I did not use the brake wire (or the signal wires) in this particular strip light. Without the resistor, the running light does not respond to input (increase in voltage when brake applied). With the resistor, the running light functions as a running light (low voltage/constant on) and as a brake light (brighter/with input). I wish I could help you more, but I think by nature, those strip lights are dual intensity. Hence the brightness increase when the brake lever is pulled.
As far as the front LED strips, I am very pleased with them. If you look closely at my picture in the forum link, you will see that I have routed the wiring underneath the nose and Gorilla taped it to keep it from flopping around, then zip tied everything inside the nose to keep it tight, I also added a bit of clear silicone around the positaps and the front of the lights to keep them watertight and from peeling off. The beauty of these kind of lights is that you can cut them to size and reattach the end piece with a bit of silicone to keep it watertight. Keep in mind, these lights have no functional purpose other than making you visible to others. Everything is very cheap, light and easily replaced, I have not had to do that yet though.
I wish I could help more. All I can say is those are the products i used and with my limited knowledge it was quite easy to do.