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Old 10-07-2010, 04:34 PM   #1
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blinking/stobe tail light?

anyone know where or how i can get my brake light to strobe like the new emergency vehicles? and what i mean by strobe is when even i hit the brake it will flash for a second then stay on to catch someones attention. i have also seen somthing like this on a cruiser although im not sure what kind it was since they all look alike to me
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I have a motodynamics taillight that does that. Pull the brake lever once --> flashes rapidly three times then stays on. Here's a link: http://www.motodynamic.com/index.php?cPath=7_8_12

As far as wiring your light to do that, GL lol.
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I have a motodynamics taillight that does that. Pull the brake lever once --> flashes rapidly three times then stays on. Here's a link: http://www.motodynamic.com/index.php?cPath=7_8_12

As far as wiring your light to do that, GL lol.
looks like i will have to be wiring the lights.... dont see my year up there
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anyone know where or how i can get my brake light to strobe like the new emergency vehicles? and what i mean by strobe is when even i hit the brake it will flash for a second then stay on to catch someones attention. i have also seen somthing like this on a cruiser although im not sure what kind it was since they all look alike to me
something like these?
http://www.customdynamics.com/signal..._modulator.htm


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the customdynamics wont work "(note: will not work with LED Taillights)" and the amazon dont give me solid details
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the customdynamics wont work "(note: will not work with LED Taillights)" and the amazon dont give me solid details
I don't get it. The Brake Light Module - XP (Backoff XP Module
Item: 01004) from customdynamics says this, "note: will work with LED or Incandescent Bulbs".

Product Descriptions on amazon says this,

"Here’s how it works: Each time the brakes are applied, your brake light will rapidly flash On & Off for 3-seconds (6 flashes) and then burn steady until you release the brake.

The preprogrammed cycle will start over and repeat each time the brakes are reapplied."
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I put Hyperlights on my FZ6.

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I don't get it. The Brake Light Module - XP (Backoff XP Module
Item: 01004) from customdynamics says this, "note: will work with LED or Incandescent Bulbs".

Product Descriptions on amazon says this,

"Here’s how it works: Each time the brakes are applied, your brake light will rapidly flash On & Off for 3-seconds (6 flashes) and then burn steady until you release the brake.

The preprogrammed cycle will start over and repeat each time the brakes are reapplied."
i was looking at the wrong one my bad.....
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change your oil first!!!
i know I KNOW..... i was just looking at future upgrades
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I was going to suggest the motodynamic one as well as I have one on my bike but I see it wont fit yours. :(
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