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I would like to get that unique glow to my 05 1800 with some LED accent lights and I'm looking for ideas on where you have installed yours and what kind of look it produced. of course photos would be great !
 

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I mounted two red ones on the bottom of each saddle bag and 2 white ones in the trunk. Not too much bling, but adds a nice touch.
 

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contact digbyodell he installs lighting on the side maybe he can help you
 

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I got one or three:
 

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da_bull: NICE!

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And I love your mileage...caused a smirk on my face.
 

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For a friend of mine who has a 2010 I installed blue lights inside the vents on the faring, put them in the middle of the upper and lower causes both vents to glow blue. I also put lights under the saddle bags and foot rests and the front cowl so it looks like he is gliding down the road on a blue cloud. If you have a clear windshield, no color down low you can put Blue Lights at the bottom of the windshield pointing towards the bottom edge of the windshield that will make your windshield glow blue with the brightest areas being around the edges and the vent. Any other questions let me know sorry I don't have any pictures of hisbike all lit up...
 

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Better be careful installing blue lights on the front of a bike. Illegal in a lot of states.
 

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Bellboy40 wrote:
Better be careful installing blue lights on the front of a bike. Illegal in a lot of states.
Although I totally agree with Bellboy40, read the wording of the law carefully. I noticed that my state has it worded that the colored lights are illegal when used ona publicroadway (as in, while driving). But there's nothing that says you can't use them while the bike is parked, perhaps on private property, or on display(like in a bike show)...

I'm just sayin'
 

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RckRagman wrote:
Bellboy40 wrote:
Better be careful installing blue lights on the front of a bike. Illegal in a lot of states.
Although I totally agree with Bellboy40, read the wording of the law carefully. I noticed that my state has it worded that the colored lights are illegal when used ona publicroadway (as in, while driving). But there's nothing that says you can't use them while the bike is parked, perhaps on private property, or on display (like in a bike show)...

I'm just sayin'
Put them on a switch.
 

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Happy Friday the 13th. First one of the year.

Make your lights amber. That would not be illegal in any state. Your bike would look like any semi that has decorated up. Another thing that would be neat would use LEDs that change color depending on the polarity of the power.
 

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Here are a couple of pictures of my 1500, the lights are on a switch.
 

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I had a local Sheriff tell me the blue is illegal on the road.OK to display in a parking lot and other places away from the road.
 

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The P O put amber lights on the front of the fenders of my trike. Gives a nice glow to the floorboards and lights them up very well. Trouble is, I don't ride much at night. Night vision isn't what it used to be.
 

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1996 GL1500 Aspencade Sparkling Pearl Blue

Blue LED's on a switch for parking lot showin' off...









 

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I have seen Green that is awesome.. RED and Blue are illegal in Florida and some other states.
 

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I have seen Green that is awesome.. RED and Blue are illegal in Florida and some other states.
 

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Bellboy40 wrote:
Better be careful installing blue lights on the front of a bike. Illegal in a lot of states.
Better also be careful you ain't mistaken for a pimp
 

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What about the Ring Of Fire that has amber facing outward, and either blue/green or red/blue facing inward?

I have 3 brand new sets of amber - blue/green that need some work, but it was what I plan to use.

A guy I bought some parts from has all neon on his bike. The trunk, saddlebags, under bike, and ring of fire all has a turquoise neon tubing all hand made.
 
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