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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 07-09-2005, 10:52 PM Thread Starter
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New Voltmeter install : http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...ip1/vmeter.jpg JC Whitney / $13.00 & $2.00 for a chrome mount.



2 New LED panels replace tail light bulbs : http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...ip1/ledpan.jpg

www.SuperBrightLEDS.com / $10.00 x 2



2 sets of ElectroPod Pros installed & tied to "Back-Off modulator":
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v4...p1/blights.jpg

www.tireflysonline.com/ / $11.00 x 2 (close-out deal)

Indianapolis, IN. - 95 VN750 (Black&Teal)
Capacitor Mod. & Stator Fuse Mod.
Front Mudflap & Voltmeter from JCW
BackOff Brake Light Modulator
ElectroPod LEDs tied to brake lights
2 LED panels replace 1157 bulbs in taillight
LED "bulb" replaces license plate bulb
LED "Power Tower" in all turn sigs.
G.E. Silverstar H4 bulb in headlight.
eBay Light Bar w/PIAA 35w. H3's
Jardine Fishtailed Rumblers Exhaust
ProTec Backrest (oh yeah, baby!!!)
Memphis Shades "Fats" Windshield
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Re: New electrical mods. done

CS...
How bright are those $10 LEDs compared to stock bulbs?
The last time I tried some in that price range, I returned them.
Just not bright enuf.

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The $10 LED panels are .... adequate. I will probably keep my eyes open for an upgrade in the future. I just ordered a lightbar and am trying to cut all power using lamps so that the extra 2 lights up frount will have enough "juice".

I plan on popping the 2 H3 55 watt generic bulbs out of the bar and replacing with 2 H3 35 watt PIAA bulbs.

Indianapolis, IN. - 95 VN750 (Black&Teal)
Capacitor Mod. & Stator Fuse Mod.
Front Mudflap & Voltmeter from JCW
BackOff Brake Light Modulator
ElectroPod LEDs tied to brake lights
2 LED panels replace 1157 bulbs in taillight
LED "bulb" replaces license plate bulb
LED "Power Tower" in all turn sigs.
G.E. Silverstar H4 bulb in headlight.
eBay Light Bar w/PIAA 35w. H3's
Jardine Fishtailed Rumblers Exhaust
ProTec Backrest (oh yeah, baby!!!)
Memphis Shades "Fats" Windshield
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Re: New electrical mods. done

Just a note, you can get tireflies at walmart. a package of 2 for $6 i believe.
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The ElectroPod Pros are made by TireFlys. They are not the valve stem lights they're just made by the same company.



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Just a note, you can get tireflies at walmart. a package of 2 for $6 i believe.

Indianapolis, IN. - 95 VN750 (Black&Teal)
Capacitor Mod. & Stator Fuse Mod.
Front Mudflap & Voltmeter from JCW
BackOff Brake Light Modulator
ElectroPod LEDs tied to brake lights
2 LED panels replace 1157 bulbs in taillight
LED "bulb" replaces license plate bulb
LED "Power Tower" in all turn sigs.
G.E. Silverstar H4 bulb in headlight.
eBay Light Bar w/PIAA 35w. H3's
Jardine Fishtailed Rumblers Exhaust
ProTec Backrest (oh yeah, baby!!!)
Memphis Shades "Fats" Windshield
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Re: New electrical mods. done

How difficult is it to put in the voltmeter?
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