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A little to circus-y for my taste, but I like it. I am looking for a carbon fiber windscreen, once I find one I will probably put some leds behing the gauges and then I think I will be done with lights for now.

I realize that a lot of you guys don't like it, but please leave the insults out of the thread as much as possible. By all means leave your opinion though :O













 

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I love the look got to say, always liked Led, had a fair few on mine, would have gone for one colour, or a bank of colours to suit more, but effect is great still, sure stands out, Nicely done :)
 

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I wanted to go with 3 colors, but I decided since I don't have a job I should just use what I have. They are easy enough to swap out if I get sick of this color combo, as it is a bit annoying to look at for too long. Heh, ah well. I got the important mods done as well, just need to figure out my air box problem now and I'll be ready to ride again.
 

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sweet what company did u go with for the lights, i have been looking at drastikplastix.com, i think that is it
 

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oznium is the place to go, i agree with all that pork has said about them, i even forgot to order something and they threw it in for free. i am in the process of wiring up all mine right now, i just went with white led strips, not as fancy as porkster but you get the point
 

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Looks nice but I'm with the others who think perhaps all one color. I'm not digging the mix of colors on it. Also some seem too bright for my taste. Maybe if you put that red in all the areas. :yumyum
 

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My lights are blue and just present a blue haze in the engine area. I strung my own xmas light style LEDs. I also have the windscreen glow blue by directing light into the edges of the stock windscreen to take advantage of its fiber-optic properties. I have since removed the stock screen and it is for sale with aluminum LED brackets.

The blue lights are illegal here, although I can run as many YELLOW as I want.

 

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My lights are blue and just present a blue haze in the engine area. I strung my own xmas light style LEDs. I also have the windscreen glow blue by directing light into the edges of the stock windscreen to take advantage of its fiber-optic properties. I have since removed the stock screen and it is for sale with aluminum LED brackets.

The blue lights are illegal here, although I can run as many YELLOW as I want.

hahah its soo easy to light the engine bay when u have no engine in there ..:coocoo
 

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Thanks for the comments guys. I think I used two to many colors, but its alright for now since I am about sick of working on it after finding my air box all messed up! These photos are slightly over-exposed so the lights are not AS bright as pictured, I am not used to taking night photos with my Digital Rebel XT just yet.

The lit up windscreen looks awesome!
 

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hahah its soo easy to light the engine bay when u have no engine in there ..:coocoo
:laugh :laugh :laugh :laugh :laugh :laugh :laugh
 

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how much did it cost for all the lights and what lengths did you use?
 

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My lights are blue and just present a blue haze in the engine area. I strung my own xmas light style LEDs. I also have the windscreen glow blue by directing light into the edges of the stock windscreen to take advantage of its fiber-optic properties. I have since removed the stock screen and it is for sale with aluminum LED brackets.

The blue lights are illegal here, although I can run as many YELLOW as I want.

That little hint of blue looks kinda cool.
 

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how much did it cost for all the lights and what lengths did you use?
I used mostly 9.5", not sure on the cost because I had alot of them already and I am horrible at keeping reciepts. The left side of the bike is no where near as bright, too much crap blocking the actual light and the holes are a bit smaller. The ones under the tank are 19" long ( one on each side ) and the red under the rear is something like 32"
 

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I like it. I've been thinking for a while to light up the rear with a dim red led light.

:stupidheads above though about the mix of colours. I'd prefer a single matching colour, maybe two...
 
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