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Cycle Gadgets Volt Meter LED Install

I purchased a volt meter LED from Cycle Gadgets and installed it. Que the video!

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that little light would drive me crazzy
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and it might before its over with.....
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Might be way too bright at night?

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I hope not. Find out tomorrow though!
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Might be way too bright at night?

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The voltmeter reduces the LED brightness after about five seconds to a pleasant green glow.

I have the same unit and really like it. "Less is more."

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