Since I started this thread, I thought that I would finish it with comments on the TailBlazer as an install for at least an O5 LT with the Hi/Low toggle switch for the seat heater. If you decide to purchase the TailBlazer keep in mind that the instructions are almost worthless for any LT with the toggle switch for the heated seat. The following is the method I finally used to install the device. I am sure there are better alternatives, but this is an effort to allow someone to learn from my installation mistakes/learning.
First, from the underside of the trunk lid remove the mirror and speaker and cover on the left side of the trunk. Then remove the passenger/pillion seat by removing the two bolts under the driver's seat with an Allen Wrench then slide the seat forward to remove it. The final item to remove is the cover to the passenger stereo/com hook-up and power point (this is easier with the passenger seat out of the way). Contrary to the TailBlazer instructions you do not need to remove the passenger backrest.
With everything removed unplug the connector going to the lite bar on the luggage rack. Next plug the TrailBlazer in line as instructed. On my bike the female end needed to be plugged in in a manner that appeared to be upside down, so that it did not match up to the TrailBlazer as clean match. The red wire attached to the TrailBlazer must be fed through the hole/channel leading down to the speaker area. On my bike this required cutting the end off of the red wire that had the male end of the T-wire splice attached to it. It would not fit through the channel with the other wires without removing the connector. Run the red wire down through the speaker area into the box containing the powerpoint/speaker/com plug-ins feeding the wire on to the area beneath the passenger seat. At this point you should run out of wire.
A note of caution there was some discussion in this thread about attaching to the powerpoint hot wire. That will not work due to the fact that this is always hot. You must have a wire that is hot only after the ignition is turned on. Kisan told me I could use this wire and after splicing to it I realized that it would not work, because it was constantly hot.
My next step was to find a wire that was hot after the ignition was turned on. I went to fuse box #2 and used the seat heater wire out of fuse position #5. On my bike this was a Green wire with a Blue stripe. I removed the wire from the electric that was wrapped around the bundle. To that wire I attached a T-wire splice. NOTE: You could use an empty fuse location, but I was going with a sure method of making the TailBlazer work and after a week of trial and error I was becoming impatient.
Next, using your own piece of 18 gauge wire attach the male end of the wire splice and connect it to the T-wire splice. Weave the wire under and along with other wires under the passenger seat to the point where the TailBlazer wire comes to an end. Attach the 2 wires with an in-line wire splice. At this point when you turn on the ignition key you will most likely see that your TailBlazer still will not work. You will need to start the bike and then apply the brake. It should work. The bike needs to be running to supply enough voltage to make the TailBlazer work. If you want to adjust the brightness you can hold the break and turn the ignition key 3 times as instructed without starting the bike to make the adjustment. Also, don't forget that if you TailBlazer still does not work right that you want to play with attaching the female end of the light bar plug to the output/male end of the TailBlazer (it needs to be what looks, at least to me, to be upside down). Finally, the hot wire running from the TailBlazer should be running along side many other wires. Wrap the hot wires and the other wires together with electric tape. Also, thoroughly wrap all the wire splices to keep any potential water out of the splices.
Now you can reinstall everything that you removed. Oh, by the way, it is easier to put the cover back on the speaker/com connection and powerpoint box before reattaching the passenger seat. You may have difficulty re-attaching the speaker to the trunk lid. Have someone else hold the speaker tightly in place until you finally get the holes lined up. This can require an extreme amount of patience.
These instructions may seem confusing, but they are far better than any response you will get from Kisan. Again you may have other methods of wiring the TailBlazer, but this worked for me. Once I finally had everything figured out and wired I was so ecstatic that I forgot to take any pictures. Hopefully, this will help any unsuspecting purchasers of the Kisan TailBlazer. I should note that the Kisan PathBlazer installed exactly as the instructions directed. Now hopefully after all of this no one will rear end me.