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andyjanet
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PostSubject: Rear lghts extras   Wed Oct 05, 2016 5:25 am

Hi All, Had theSwing for about three weeks now and its time to start playing,
my first mod is rear lights / brake lights in the top box reflector.

The honda top box has a removable reflector and under here is a fair amount of space,
first off i decided i needed extra lights higher up on the bike so i have bought some daylight driving lights from ebay these are 1 cm wide and 15 cm long so with a bit of snipping of the plastic under the red reflector i can fit four of these in, my first thoughts were to attach two of them to the brake lights and two to rear lights but i am now going with one on the lights and three attached to the brakes.
drill a small hole in the top box and pass the wire in side to run around and exit the top box into the tupperware underneath the seat where you can pick up the rear light and brake light feed, i used relays on these as i was unsure how good the wiring is to feed extra lights, andy
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