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Old 10-09-2007, 08:52 PM   #1
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3 Million LED Light kit on 1098

Hey guys I need to see what you think on this light kit (I installed) and screen guards (I maded and installed). I know the lights are not that bright, thats becuase it is a cluster ***k under those plastics. Any ideas are welcome.
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Old 10-09-2007, 08:53 PM   #2
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Old 10-09-2007, 08:58 PM   #3
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where does the 'million' part come in?
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Old 10-09-2007, 09:04 PM   #4
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It comes with a remote and it has a setting were it cycles through different colors here the listing to show how it looks since I didn't video tape it.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/3-MIL...3092QQtcZphoto
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reposition leds to shoot down the grilles at the side, so light bounces off each wire/hole


Maximize your led-age and light bling!
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Old 10-09-2007, 09:59 PM   #6
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disclaimer: im just being an ahole. dont take me seriously.

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Title:3 MILLION COLOR LED MOTORCYCLE BODY LIGHT KIT W/REMOTE
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You can have this kit stay solid on any one of these 15 Solid Colors Below!
in all fairness, it also changes colors. even still i bet the combinations add up to 256 or something, and well...

256<1,000,000

just making fun of the name of the kit. the lights look good, i bet if i saw them on the street i would think they were cool. screens look good too!
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Old 10-09-2007, 10:10 PM   #7
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Thankz guys for the compliment and joke (thought the same thing)lol
Caligonetx thanks for the pointer I'll try that tonight take some pics and probably post up tomorrow
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get this LED kit for 2.1 million colors http://www.iceled.com
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Old 10-09-2007, 11:25 PM   #9
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looks good imo. grills give it a nice touch as well. good job.
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grills give a good look... not to sure about decorating a 1098 with leds...
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not so sure about the leds....probably will look good though since its on a 1098
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yo the screen guards are sick lookin (and thats meant in a good way) A+ nice touch!!.....maybe the pix dont do the led justice, thought it would be like ouch my eyez....but i bet in person is smooth lookin...
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^ Thanx its good to hear honest criticism. I really don't like the side panels with the leds or the tail I really like the way the head lights get those colored line and the way the vents light up.(here is pics of both head lights) So I am still moving the lights around till I find a suitable position. Caligonetx I tried what you said but I can't find a good mounting point since its a light bar. It bends and all but once I place it some where else the faring has trouble mounting on.So I am going to try to make a bracket to hold them at the right angle. Does any one know what happens if I remove the sound proofing material, I mean is it also meant for heat retention or just sound proofing.
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^^^^ that's clean....

I like a glow, not to see the actual leds like some, so that looks awesome imo
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How did you attach the screens to the fairings?

I think they look real nice, like something the factory should have done.
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How did you attach the screens to the fairings?

I think they look real nice, like something the factory should have done.
I used 3m scotch mount molding tape from AutoZone here is their website picture http://www.autozone.com/selectedZip,.../selectZip.htm It works awesome even under a good amout of heat.
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we have a two part epoxy that works pretty well for plastics/mounts. We use it on our bimmers when customers rip off the bumpers and dont want to purchase a new cover. 3m product also
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we have a two part epoxy that works pretty well for plastics/mounts. We use it on our bimmers when customers rip off the bumpers and dont want to purchase a new cover. 3m product also
I thought about that but since I have never worked with epoxy I didn't know how good it would work out
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the double sided body tape will last you well; even just pressing it against something clean will last for some time... plus its clean and comes off clean.

Epoxy is clean if you use a mixing gun/needle end( i never got one but the shop has one)
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