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Blue LED's

Can look cool at times -what's the product part/code number ??
where can they be sourced ???

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Not to sure they would be legal in the UK, dont think Blue lights are allowed...
 

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Re: Blue LED's

jgriffin said:
Can look cool at times -what's the product part/code number ??
where can they be sourced ???

THANKS
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John G.
There is two type of them ..one include tree led transparancy with blue beam and other one bigest led transparancy also with blue beam..more detail in foto..
i dont know part/code number , in Greece solded in auto parts stores

 

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My US. 05 doesn't have accessary lamps @ all. Is that typical for all US bikes. I'm not even sure there is a hole for the sockets. I'll have to check that.
 

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Ramleb said:
My US. 05 doesn't have accessary lamps @ all. Is that typical for all US bikes. I'm not even sure there is a hole for the sockets. I'll have to check that.
There's a spot for them in the plastic headlight housing, but no light on the US models which I don't get at all. Y's R1 has those exact lights on the US models but not the FJR. Just one of those mysteries of life I guess.
 

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20valves I had noticed the spots as you mentioned. It was fairly obvouis they were for some type of light. I just figured they were some safety light required in some other country. I still haven't checked if they are open. Nothing a drill or a dremel couldn't change . :twisted: if needed.It is interesting they are on the R1 and not the FJR
 

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sherlock said:
Not to sure they would be legal in the UK, dont think Blue lights are allowed...
In Canada that makes you a snow plow,
the fairing's pretty big....
It's heavy enough....
some knobbles or these ....


Sure that will work. :crylarf:
Chris
 
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