I like them. Some trooper would most likely not like them. But I suppose you can play dumb and say, hey these are just modulators, haven't you seen those before? Maybe he will just give you a warning ticket and tell you to get those things off the bike. For sure they will see you.
Have you ever heard the adage " Never a Cop around when you need one"
Well, you for sure will get more attention than you want.
The locals around here take that kind of stuff very serious and you will defintiely run the risk of getting charged with Impersonating a Police Officer. Which is a jailable offense and not just a ticket.
I've run one blue bullet light mounted low on the left rear for 150K and never been pulled over for it. I had one trooper stare at it when he pulled me over for going stupid fast. My excuse will be visibility--which is true. They just let that small light down low slide.
Now blue strobes would be a whole 'nother story.
I am going to spell this wrong but the diachromatic bulbs that light up and produce diferent colours of a white beam, lads ove rhere have been fined and points given for using them. No stobe lights at all can be used here but saying that we do some light runs and the police normally give us special permission to use them.
around hear the blue / red would have issues with inpersonating an officer but you could probally get away with yellow because those just mean caution & anyone that could be stopped or moving slow as a raod hazard use the yellow (tow trucks, postal trucks, telephone trucks, cable trucks, oversized load trucks & their escort vehicle,etc.)
i assume you have it on a switch & only turn it on as a backoff warning & not run all the time with the rear strobes.
to me blue/ red if not official use is asking to get in trouble, but yellow probally would have no legal issue & still gets their attention if turned on in their face.
I'm pretty sure the law here in Blue Hair Land says you can't have anything close to the blue or red the LEO's use. I've often wondered how the punks get by with the blue leds under the frame of their small cars with the mega mufflers.
Any blue light visible from the front or rear in South Carolina will get you a ticket for impersonating an officer. In some states those particular type of strobe lights are only legal if you are working for a legal vehicle escort service like they use in Texas for funerals.