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    Thanks for the tip, I got some of the led's that are in the mountable bolts, I think they worked out pretty good. I'm not sure about them being on the plate, I may move them down onto the fender struts. They work great with my badlands module.

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    I fixed the link above, sorry bout that

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    i got some of these coming in the mail... they come equipped for a 12v setup and have a blinking mechanism in it..

    ill let you know how they turn out

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/5-x-3mm-Pre-...7#ht_828wt_901

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobbervirago View Post
    i got some of these coming in the mail... they come equipped for a 12v setup and have a blinking mechanism in it..

    ill let you know how they turn out

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/5-x-3mm-Pre-...7#ht_828wt_901
    Very interested in seeing this. What a great little package, especially if they are what they say they are, just plug and play.

    Are you going to use them as running lights up front or just blinkers aslo?

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    im planning on using them front and back.. looks like i ordered the wrong ones though.. my rear signals already have a blinking current in them so id have to order the ones without the blinking mech in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by bforbes View Post
    I'm trying to keep this bike as "legal" as possible, because california can be a little too sensitive sometimes when it comes to motorcycles. I figured I'd share this, since there's plenty of us who hate the look of standard signals. These are tiny LED's from superbrightleds.com. After trimming my fender and adding an early tail light, I drilled a couple holes near the edge of the fender, and pushed these in from inside the fender. These little f'ers are bright.







    Those bars are tits man,i hope you dont mind me asking where you picked'em up at?

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    Shovelzilla, those sick bars... Http://web.ardcorechoppers.com/parts_bars.asp

    Probably not where he got them, but here are some. I'm sure they're not too hard to make.

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    these are pretty sweet but there is that hole DOT problem but you could probably make a metal case that mounts under the fender and just stamp DOT into it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobbervirago View Post
    i got some of these coming in the mail... they come equipped for a 12v setup and have a blinking mechanism in it..

    ill let you know how they turn out

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/5-x-3mm-Pre-...7#ht_828wt_901
    I actually got 10 of these (they come in packs of 5, and I ordered two, thinking I was just getting a pair). Anyway, they are bright, but I think they would have to be bundled together and possibly poured into a clear resin. Since they already blink, it may be a good alternative to heat sinks, modules, resistors, , LED flashers, etc...all the crap you have to deal with while using LED turn signals. I will be messing with my signals this weekend and hope to have a little feedback soon.

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    hey there! which version of the badlands did you use? LE-3?

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    Hey BobberV - did you ever get those ebay LEDs squared away? Curious about them, wanted to hear what your experience was.

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