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^^^im pretty sure cuz it's easier, less time consuming and safer then busting open the headlights.


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The LED strips don't need tape. BUT you can use some kind of double sided tape(3M).

Trust me they are on there squeezed tight by the light and the fairing. *hence* that's why u have to pry it a little open because its tough to open it on the ends.

Here is the link to the LED strips.


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thanks, how did you wire them? straight to the battery or did you hook them up to something else? toggle switch maybe?

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Ok that's the direct link to what exactly I got. Mention the color you want when you order.

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thanks, how did you wire them? straight to the battery or did you hook them up to something else? toggle switch maybe?


I wired it with my flushmount wires. This way I had a choice of running lights or just signal lights.

Speaking of this, does anyone know how to sync it with both running and signal lights?

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I wired it with my flushmount wires. This way I had a choice of running lights or just signal lights.

Speaking of this, does anyone know how to sync it with both running and signal lights?
If the LED strip had three wires then its possible, otherwise its only one or the other.

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I wired it with my flushmount wires. This way I had a choice of running lights or just signal lights.

Speaking of this, does anyone know how to sync it with both running and signal lights?
It can be done, but will require a 5 pin relay.

Wire the relay as follows:
Pin 30 to running light wire (flushmounts)
Pin 87a to power wire for LED's
Pin 87 has no connection (be sure to put a blank connector on it so it can't short)
Pin 85 to turn signal wire (flushmounts)
Pin 86 to ground
LED ground to ground.

the only catch is that the LED's and flushmounts will not flash together, they will be 100% opposite. 1 relay is required per side or you can pick up a Directed Electronics 451m.
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It can be done, but will require a 5 pin relay.

Wire the relay as follows:
Pin 30 to running light wire (flushmounts)
Pin 87a to power wire for LED's
Pin 87 has no connection (be sure to put a blank connector on it so it can't short)
Pin 85 to turn signal wire (flushmounts)
Pin 86 to ground
LED ground to ground.

the only catch is that the LED's and flushmounts will not flash together, they will be 100% opposite. 1 relay is required per side or you can pick up a Directed Electronics 451m.
So let me see if i understand this?

I can use these as turn signals right... so i have flushmounts but they are only two wire not three with the running lights which is fine.

I could just wire them into the turn signals positive wire right, an then they would come on along with my flushies?


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So let me see if i understand this?

I can use these as turn signals right... so i have flushmounts but they are only two wire not three with the running lights which is fine.

I could just wire them into the turn signals positive wire right, an then they would come on along with my flushies?


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looks cool, but i'd like to see how bright they are from a distance
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^^^+1, and with the head lights on too please!
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