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Love those LED's... Maybe I'll do that today while I have some time... :cool:
 

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That looks good Tony! What kind of LED's did you use and where did you place them?
 

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Hey Trip get me some in infrared or purple and I will install them on my girl so you do not have to suffer and ride alone all lit up... :D Looks good... could not really tale when we rode last time with the bright sunshine.
 

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Dang! Last time I left my garage door open a snake came in! I need to move where you are :cool:
 

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Dang! Last time I left my garage door open a snake came in! I need to move where you are :cool:
Last summer I left the garage door up and I went out the next day and noticed a few things pushed around. Thought it was kinda strange, but figured it was the kids. The next day, I noticed a kind of dirty cat smell. Figured the kids just need to take better baths. On the third day, I let the dog out and on my way back into the house I noticed this monster raccoon sitting on the tension springs of the garage door. The door has been kept shut since, so I guess he had been trapped in the garage. That brings ups a good question, how do you get a mad raccoon down. We have a double garage door and a single garage door. I put up the single hoping he would get down and go out that way. 2 hours later, he’s still sittin up there on that spring. The only way I figured I could get him down was to put the door up and he would jump down once the spring started turning. The risk here is tangling the **** up in my garage door spring, then you would have a mess. I took the chance and the little bastard just held on for dear life. Now I’m getting pissed, so I just kept putting the door up and down until he finally jumped down.
 

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I have to be careful with these LEDs in CA

Thanks for all the complements guys. Accent lighting on vehicles while they are in motion is illegal in Cali. I only light up my bike at night when i park it. The LEDS use up so little juice that i can leave them on for hours with no issues. Gets lots of attention tho... My favorite is definitely the lighting strips behind my Irate grill and underneath the Hondaline rear fender solo attachment thingy. Took me 4 hours to solder the LED strips together and hide the wires but i like these parts the best because they are not usually done. Not my idea, stole it from someone on the forum who posted pics back in Dec. This is why i love this forum so much. We get to try new things, share them and then decide what suits our style and budget.

Next on the "to-do" list (when i get a job LOL) chroming the wheels, pumpkin and "bling ring".

Oh and Tony please don't lock your garage from now on. I stopped by last night to grap a beer and piss in your helmet!
 

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Stickman: LEDS are the flexible strips from Joe Florida

That looks good Tony! What kind of LED's did you use and where did you place them?
I used the 180 LED one-color strips from Joe Florida for $140. Here is the link:
Led Accent Lights Motorcycle Led Lights Motorcle Accent Ligths Motorcycle Led Lights Motorcle Lights Led Motorcycle Accent Led Lights

I placed 2 long strips under each side of the tank, a strip completely around the sides of both the air intake housing and the ignition/tool kit housing, a pair on inside of the front forks, a pair under the rear fender assembly, a long pair behind the vertical sides of the Irate grill, a short pair under the Honda chrome rear fender attachment. When possible, I soldered the lines together to try to limit the amount of wires going up to the battery. The on/off switch was drilled into the forward facing facet of the left side cover in front of the battery.
 

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Looks great Trip! Thanks for the ideas on where to hide the lights!!
 

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Oh and Tony please don't lock your garage from now on. I stopped by last night to grab a beer and piss in your helmet!
And all this time I thought it was my cat partying like an animal..:eek:

Good one Trip...

An no, I am not doing your fender mod.. It was scary enough on my bike...:p
 

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For what its worth, i have used these guys in the past for my award winning Scion. They specialize in LEDs for 12V applications. In a few weeks, i will be paying them another visit and buying my lighting set up from them.

They have an auto and motorcycle section. As long as its 12V .. you can use either.

LEDs - underbody kits, cathodes, flexible LED strips, dome lights
 
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