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PostSubject: Lighting your bike for the fun of it.   Wed 03 Jun 2015, 21:33

Hi Everyone,

I rarely post new stuff here anymore because I am on my NM4 now,
but I found something exceptional that works with any bike, and wanted to share it with you.

Here is the website:
http://www.joeflorida.com/

For all the Negative Nancies that want to put down farkle as stupid or a waste of money...go find another thread.
This is for those that are proud to show off their bike and have the money available to do it.

This company like a million other companies produces lighting kits for motorcycles.
Where they excel is in 3 places.
1. Very bright high density LEDs...more so than the competition.
2. Smartphone controller. This onboard lighting controller syncs via Bluetooth with your smartphone.
From there you can create multiple patterns and custom colors.
You can activate them in whatever pattern you choose.
You can also set it up so that when you hit the brakes it all turns red for instance.
Also has a voltage stop. If you are leaving your lights on lets say for bike night, it will automatically
turn off if voltage drops below a certain point you set.
3. There are 2 ways to control the lights. One is a key fob that works like an alarm on your keychain.
The other is w a 3 button easy access switch that mounts on your handle bar.

I just got mine done. Haven't had a chance to take pictures. But there are lots of pics and videos on the site.

Good luck to all.

Dan

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PostSubject: Re: Lighting your bike for the fun of it.   Wed 03 Jun 2015, 22:34

What kind of bike do you have again?
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PostSubject: Re: Lighting your bike for the fun of it.   Wed 03 Jun 2015, 23:08

Two comments Dan.

1. Lighting YOUR bike! Lighting YOUR bike! It's yours, do what you want. cheers



2. For those with available funds. Still working on that. Sixty six years and still looking. Laughing


Thanks for the link for those who wish to do this to THEIR ride. motorcycle
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PostSubject: Re: Lighting your bike for the fun of it.   Thu 04 Jun 2015, 00:14

Lots of folks like lighted bike displays. The advent of LED lighting makes it easy on most bike's electrical systems as well. No more need of a trailer with a generator.
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PostSubject: Re: Lighting your bike for the fun of it.   Thu 04 Jun 2015, 09:36

Meldrew made an excellent point regarding daytime & foul weather lighting. I've split his post to make a new Topic rather than hijack this original topic.

Tim
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