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Accent lighting
« on: 10/04/17 12:31PM »
Can any members recommend someone to help fix or replace accent lighting (LEDs)? Please message me.

Trying to fix up my girls Ninja.

Thanks


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Re: Accent lighting
« Reply #1 on: 10/04/17 05:00PM »
Can any members recommend someone to help fix or replace accent lighting (LEDs)? Please message me.

Trying to fix up my girls Ninja.

Thanks
If he doesn't see this and respond soon, maybe PM R0ckrat, he works for a company that offers accent lighting for motorcycles.
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Re: Accent lighting
« Reply #2 on: 10/04/17 05:35PM »
What exactly does it need done?

Replace old LED light with identical? Add a new one?

Can't imagine it's that difficult...I would say DIY
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Re: Accent lighting
« Reply #3 on: 10/05/17 11:38AM »
Can any members recommend someone to help fix or replace accent lighting (LEDs)? Please message me.

Trying to fix up my girls Ninja.

Thanks
If he doesn't see this and respond soon, maybe PM R0ckrat, he works for a company that offers accent lighting for motorcycles.

Will do thanks.

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Re: Accent lighting
« Reply #4 on: 10/10/17 10:25PM »
You can check out lexinmotorcycle.com, and I'll post a discount code for y'all tomorrow... if you want to pick up in person,  let me know before you place an order,  and we can arrange it. Offices are in Montebello. Storm trooper has our lights and speakers on his cruiser.

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Re: Accent lighting
« Reply #5 on: 10/10/17 10:48PM »
You can check out lexinmotorcycle.com, and I'll post a discount code for y'all tomorrow... if you want to pick up in person,  let me know before you place an order,  and we can arrange it. Offices are in Montebello. Storm trooper has our lights and speakers on his cruiser.
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Re: Accent lighting
« Reply #6 on: 10/12/17 11:30AM »
You can check out lexinmotorcycle.com, and I'll post a discount code for y'all tomorrow... if you want to pick up in person,  let me know before you place an order,  and we can arrange it. Offices are in Montebello. Storm trooper has our lights and speakers on his cruiser.

Can these be wired in as turn signals? Kinda like the idea of normal yellow turn signals that I can change to be different colors when the bike's parked.

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Re: Accent lighting
« Reply #7 on: 10/12/17 06:17PM »
No, they can be wired into the brake power lead to turn red when brakes applied, but it's a single circuit system. Sorry, still have to grab the discount code...

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Re: Accent lighting
« Reply #8 on: 10/13/17 09:47AM »
OK - we are still running a discount code for the fact that we are in a new space here in Montebello - after registering, you can use "NEWDIGS17" for a 15% discount on everything. Registration page here: https://www.lexinmotorcycle.com/customer/account/login/


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Re: Accent lighting
« Reply #9 on: 10/13/17 04:16PM »
No, they can be wired into the brake power lead to turn red when brakes applied, but it's a single circuit system. Sorry, still have to grab the discount code...

I've got some ideas surrounding this. Could actually be a pretty cool project. I'll message you when I'm ready to pull the trigger on this.

 

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