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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-03-2013, 11:17 PM Thread Starter
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Never heard of these

This was in a description of a VN750.

colored LED lights with remote,and safety rotating LED bulbs in the taillight(they rotate while riding and flash on and off when brake is applied.

Sounds like it would make drivers take notice. Anyone seen these forsale?

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I've never seen ones that rotate, but I've got a set of LED bulbs that flash when the brakes are applied and then flash ever 60 seconds the brakes are continuously held.

Dual Intensity 1 x 3 Watt High Power LED w/ Brake Flasher

a buddy I ride with frequently commented that they are quite the attention getter.

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I rode with a guy who had the rotating tail light and flashing brake light.The flashing brake light I liked.The taillight will get attention like it or not. One of the KSP's finest followed us a long way on the high way checking out that taillight.It was most likely the cause as the trooper was passing us and slowed down and fell in behind us.He didn't stop us,but that is not the kind of attention I want.




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This was in a description of a VN750.

colored LED lights with remote,and safety rotating LED bulbs in the taillight(they rotate while riding and flash on and off when brake is applied.

Sounds like it would make drivers take notice. Anyone seen these forsale?
Yeah, years back I purchased a pair Online, normal (replacement) bulb base. Great attention getter as designed. Creates activity towards drivers in the rear, brakes provides great (Flash) additional attention. Works so well, I removed one of the two installed in the tail light.

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colored LED lights with remote
I havn't a clue what this remote is.


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Just bought some pimp red LED's to go under my tank. If it's too pimped I'll take them back to wally world.

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I believe they are just for show and not intended to be used while actually riding...as that may be illegal in most states.

The remote is to control the rate and color patterns produced....like when at a bike show or a bike night at a local eatery.

The pulsating brake light modules are legal in some states, but the number of pulses and the frequency is defined in some areas as "legal".

Personally...and IMO only...I wouldn't want to draw too much attention to myself as it could actually attract the wrong type of attention. I have seen people flip out and become aggressive when following vehicles with pulsing brake lights....especially in heavy traffic.
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if you want a flashing tail light, i bought a flasher off amazon for 15 bucks. it flashes 4 times then goes steady

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I've got one of the flashing brake lights that do a jig when applied. I figure anything out of the ordinary to get the other drivers' attention. Help keep me upright!


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I've got one of the flashing brake lights that do a jig when applied. I figure anything out of the ordinary to get the other drivers' attention. Help keep me upright!
WTG ! I have used mine for years, many states (but never NJ), never an issue - legal or otherwise.


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Replaced ALL Cables . Kuryakyn LED Voltmeter
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Iridiums DPR7EIX-9 & Wires, Tuxedo Mod, Coil Mod, P/U Sensor Mod, Fork Seals,
Splines Lubed - 11/4/2012 - MF AGM Battery
Additional Flashing LED Brake Light on Trunk
Dampers went out @ 13+K !
After TOC MCCT's..... so amazingly quiet I discovered a rattling heat shield on my stock exhaust !
...have a vulcan good day!
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This site has tons of whacky LED setups....few state if they are DOT approved.....personally, If be affeared of freaking out an epilectic driver following me, lol...

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