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post #111 of 118 Old 10-27-2012, 08:08 AM
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Where'd you find this? and has anyone done the projector headlight for our bike? if so do you have pics?
Pics and writeups.

HID projectors are fantastic.
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Kick ass lighting pic's on various situations. The best one so far is the fog lamps in the front of the bike. Great ideas!! I think for the lighting is for me is to install daylight running lights for the rear and intergrade it into the stock turning signal. Probably put a slowing down to stop signal intergrade single bar in back as well. Keep the ideas coming please. The how to's are awesome!!
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Just in case anyone is not familiar with Morimoto, they are the highest quality HID kit money can buy. Monster amounts of light, flawless beam/cut off, high efficiency ballasts, etc.

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My apologies if someone's mentioned this already - I haven't read through the whole thread but I really like my addmore LED light kit for my GIVI box. Works as rear running lights and also hooked up to brakes and turn signals.
E370 Topbox LED Tail/Brake Light/Turn Signal - Admore Lighting Kits - PCA - Premier Cycle Accessories
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Most of my mods so far involved lighting. Ultimately, I'll probably add an L.E.D brake light strip to the rear and convert the turn signals into marker/running lights as well. So far, I've replacde the stock headlight with an OSRAM Nightbreaker, added a Comagination Modulator, added T10 L.E.D. postion lamps (20 led each bulb) That I got off of Ebay. I've added a KISAN Trailblazer tail light bulb that modulates/pulsates for 4 seconds and replaced the license plate lamp with one of the aforementioned T10 L.E.D. bulbs. Here is a daytime video showing these mods.

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Originally Posted by 200Fathoms View Post
Check out the P3 lights (rear) and Photon Blasters (front) from Skene Design. Both lights feature a "conspicuity flicker". The lights appear solid when you're looking straight at them, but flicker slightly in peripheral vision, making you more visible.
These look great!

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