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post #1 of 15 Old 08-25-2008, 09:56 PM Thread Starter
 
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LED brake light PICTURES!

Can some one please post some pictures of thier LED's?
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post #2 of 15 Old 08-26-2008, 04:22 AM
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Clear Alt. light with Clear lens.



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post #3 of 15 Old 08-26-2008, 06:48 AM
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Where did you find one with the Plate lights in it?

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Where did you find one with the Plate lights in it?
I had an electronics friend of mine install those. I am a mech guy so I drilled the holes.

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I had an electronics friend of mine install those. I am a mech guy so I drilled the holes.
That's a great Idea, I can't believe they haven't done that themselves?

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I figured it was the best way to minimize the need for a fender and still stay legal. Thanks for the compliment.

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im impressed too. good idea. now your friend will mass produce them right!!

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I believe protruding turn signals maximize cage attention when you need it most changing lanes on the slab. Thus why I kept the stock TS, with C.A.'s BL/RL LED panel.

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I believe protruding turn signals maximize cage attention when you need it most changing lanes on the slab. Thus why I kept the stock TS, with C.A.'s BL/RL LED panel.
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just kidding. i got em too just w/o the C.A. stuff....

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im impressed too. good idea. now your friend will mass produce them right!!
I am sure I could talk him into a diagram and parts list to any one interested. I can ask him on tuesday. I will even pull it off to get some internal pics.

I of course had to sacrifice the plug and cord from the stock plate lamp to make it plug in directly.

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LED plate mounting bolts with different angles and styles are cheap ! The bolt head has a LED inside illuminating your plate, Hiding the wires is challenging and fun. Any customization is what I like to see. It's the spice of life. Nice job !

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I am sure I could talk him into a diagram and parts list to any one interested. I can ask him on tuesday. I will even pull it off to get some internal pics.

I of course had to sacrifice the plug and cord from the stock plate lamp to make it plug in directly.
That is very nice of you. if you could do that for me that would be great. thanks in advance!!

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Do led lights tend to flash faster than standrard one? I seems to remember that a resistor was needed to slow them down. Sorry I do not remember the size or wattage. This was installed on my last bke... Any one kowns size and wattage let me know. It some states the faster flashing will not pass the state inspection.

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That is very nice of you. if you could do that for me that would be great. thanks in advance!!
I will get on that this week. He is on vacation today hopefully be in tomorrow. I will have something together by the end of the week.

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