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Old 11-07-2008, 03:17 PM   #21
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Green is absolutly the brightest color, then blue. The rest run about the same brightness.
Nu uh! White is brighter
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Old 11-07-2008, 03:20 PM   #22
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Nu uh! White is brighter
Taste great.....less filling!!!!

Tard....go wash a truck!!!!
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Old 11-07-2008, 03:35 PM   #23
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Off topic, but how long have you had the bike?
Got it last night And yes I know you from HPD
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Old 11-07-2008, 03:37 PM   #24
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In answer to your question....

Yes you will be seen a lot better at night!!! (See avatar) hehe

LED's have virtually no draw on a 12 volt battery. At 26 miliamps per hour you shouldn't have any problem leaving you light on for hours at a time.

Green is absolutly the brightest color, then blue. The rest run about the same brightness.

NEO.....I wouldn't sugest pink at all. Any off colors like pink and teal and purple just aren't bright at all and there is no consistancy in the lights themselves. I have a few pink lites at the house if you would like me to demo it for ya.

PM me and we'll hook up and you can check out some of my work.

Dang! I really wanted pink. LOL. I may want to check them out but maybe i will go with white.
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Old 11-07-2008, 03:38 PM   #25
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Got it last night And yes I know you from HPD
Just jumping to conclusions that I was going to ask that I see...

Congrats on the bike and I think it's been a couple years since I've seen you out due to me not being very active with the car stuff anymore.
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Old 11-07-2008, 03:41 PM   #26
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They will definitely stand out at night. Why do you care what an EX BF thinks? Tell him where to stick it, and get you some LED's in whatever color YOU want (even pink)!
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Old 11-07-2008, 03:44 PM   #27
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They will definitely stand out at night. Why do you care what an EX BF thinks? Tell him where to stick it, and get you some LED's in whatever color YOU want (even pink)!
Oh he doesnt care about the pink he just wants me to safe even though he gets big payout if something were to happen
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Oh he doesnt care about the pink he just wants me to safe even though he gets big payout if something were to happen
eh???


How so, you have your boyfriend, ex-boyfriend, as a beneficiary or what?
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They will definitely stand out at night. Why do you care what an EX BF thinks? Tell him where to stick it, and get you some LED's in whatever color YOU want (even pink)!
That's true. Get wat ever you want. Cuz it's your bike
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I can show you pink, white, green, blue, red, amber, and orange. That's all I have on hand right now.

Let me know!!! I'm in Pearland ......not to far from ya
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How so, you have your boyfriend, ex-boyfriend, as a beneficiary or what?
Its pretty recent and its not offically over. So in other words its complicated. LOL
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+1????...lol
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Taste great.....less filling!!!!

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Old 11-07-2008, 04:13 PM   #34
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+1????...lol
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Btw....nawice avatar!!!!
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Ultraviolet LEDs are a nice alternative option as well, but it takes alot to see a good color from them.

Have blue on the 600 and red on the busa.

both are angled at the engine or in the intake runners to make a soft glow so mine are for asthetics only, not really for lighting up the night.

as for the busa, six poda and four individual LEDs pull .138 A w the other A/M modules running on my bike... so not even a single amp.
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Virtually no draw.....I have 225 LED's on my bike and accidentally left them on for 13 hours and didn't have a problem with it. I can run all my lights for 5 hours off of a standard 9 volt battery.
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Old 11-07-2008, 06:11 PM   #39
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Well...........ok then......
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Ultraviolet LEDs are a nice alternative option as well, but it takes alot to see a good color from them.

Have blue on the 600 and red on the busa.

both are angled at the engine or in the intake runners to make a soft glow so mine are for asthetics only, not really for lighting up the night.

as for the busa, six poda and four individual LEDs pull .138 A w the other A/M modules running on my bike... so not even a single amp.


Can you post up picks of some bikes with the LED's? I would like to see the red
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