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Old 12-19-2010, 10:19 PM   #1
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Alright, worked on this last night with my boy jasonrmoore....Snapped a couple of pics looks pretty good....Tell me what you all think...
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Old 12-19-2010, 11:15 PM   #2
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Old 12-19-2010, 11:54 PM   #3
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looks good, but i see blue bike, blue rims, and blue lights, throw some change in it... just my input, either way it looks good and unique!
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Old 12-20-2010, 12:32 PM   #5
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looks good, but i see blue bike, blue rims, and blue lights, throw some change in it... just my input, either way it looks good and unique!
I hear ya but I like tha blue....I don't like all kinds of crazy colors...Any suggestions with colors that might not clash? I appreciate the feed back...

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looks pretty good. i used to not like the lights on bikes but finally i am coming around and dig when i see it
Cool...I saw a pic of lights on Gixxergirl's bike and decided I had to have 'em...

Do you guys or girls know if it is illegal to ride with them on? Or can I only have them on when I'm parked? Also, how much will it drain my battery? Let me know if any of you know from experience?
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Old 12-20-2010, 12:44 PM   #6
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nice RR man. did you shorten that yoshi pipe? hard to tell
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Looks good....plenty of room for tons more!

Yes its legal to ride with them on....just not flashing, or strobing.

White is the only other color I would work with on that bike....but white is tricky to get right.
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And LEDs have a very minimal draw.....with the small amount you have you should be able to leave them on for 24 hours or better depending on your battery....



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nice RR man. did you shorten that yoshi pipe? hard to tell
Thanks bro! Nah, I got the bike like that not sure if the previous owner shortened....

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And LEDs have a very minimal draw.....with the small amount you have you should be able to leave them on for 24 hours or better depending on your battery....



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That's good to know b/c I was kind of worried about it....Do you have any pics of bikes you have done? Or a website?
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Hope I dont get in trouble for this! Lol
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Looks good man, I think green lights would work too. Glad to know it's legal to ride with them. I have red on my bike and I'm always cautious of riding with them on.
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Looks good man, I think green lights would work too. Glad to know it's legal to ride with them. I have red on my bike and I'm always cautious of riding with them on.
Yeah, I might try adding some green...Not a bad idea....

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I'll be nice about your opinion b/c I did ask what everyone thought....I set myself up for that one....
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as stated about, i think white would look sweet on your bike, take a picture during the day, i re looked at the pic, i think u might have enough white with the decals that i overlooked due to the blue leds. looks good either way.
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Looks good bro I have them all over my busa and it looks like a blue ghost at night on the freeway, increases visibilty, and its what u wanted to do! Don't worry about what others think, it's your bike do what u do!!
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I had to take mine off. They'd dim everytime the mids would hit on a bass track and it looked a little too much like they were flashing.
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I had to take mine off. They'd dim everytime the mids would hit on a bass track and it looked a little too much like they were flashing.
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bwahahahahaa, oh my......Lets do your bike up with an assload of em and not tell anybody, then when everybody is all laying around trashed on the next Pancho, turn them on, we can have a rave!
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Looks good bro I have them all over my busa and it looks like a blue ghost at night on the freeway, increases visibilty, and its what u wanted to do! Don't worry about what others think, it's your bike do what u do!!
Appreciate it! I hear ya...I always do what I do regardless...
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no sir, i dont like it...draws too much unwanted attention. but hey, its your bike. so, have a field day with it.
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