So I'm pulling into Chic fila and smell something burning, but don't think twice. I go inside and eat lunch. When I'm leaving I turn my ingnition switch on and that burning smell comes back even worse. I look down and I have heavy smoke coming from the bottom of my frame. I immediately turn the bike off and the smoke completely stops. I get off the bike and look all over but I can't find anything that looks burnt. While standing off the bike I turn the ignition switch back on and the smoke comes back immediately. When I look down I see behind the exhaust the rear brake switch is on fire ( not kidding it had three inch flames coming from it. I hurried to turn the ignition off. Now when I look at the brake switch where the two wires hook in, it is completly black and melted. Now what do I do? Well I'm two hours from home with NO tools. So I unplug the melted wires and ride to Man O War HD in Lexington, Ky about 20 minutes away. They have the brake switch in stock and agree to put it on. I'm very grateful since it is Saturday about 4:00 in the afternoon. The service guy and the mechanic had never seen anything like it and really don't believe me when I tell them it had flames coming from it. The mechanic believes it just got hot from my CFR pipe but the Service manager thinks someting grounded. I've had the CFR pipe on the bike for about 7000 miles now so I'm a little skeptical that the CFR caused it but i really don't know. I'm a little upset that a $20 part cost me $65 to install but that's usually what happens when your out of town. I am extremely pleased with the service dept at Man O War HD for helping me out though. Anybody have any ideas on why a brake light switch would catch on fire?????