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Whats up fellas, has anyone added under tail lights to their bikes for more visibility at nite? would be great if you can add pictures and how you ran the wiring. Did you connect them so there on all time, when you hit the brakes or with the turn signals. And where in the bike did you connect them at?
 

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No lights under the tail, but I did get some LEDs installed in the passenger pegs from Tripage.

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That looks pretty awesome. I've been debating what to do with the OEM tail section, but want to maintain some visibility.

I was hoping HotBodies would come out with something, but their designs are quite dated.
 

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That looks pretty awesome. I've been debating what to do with the OEM tail section, but want to maintain some visibility.

I was hoping HotBodies would come out with something, but their designs are quite dated.
i don't have them personally but seem the tripage lights in person - they look fantastic. One thing i would say is that the one guy that i saw that had them had 2 sets of 7 (i think) for brake lights and 1 set of 7 for turn signals. You can only do it once - it definitely looks better to have more vs. less.
 

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I didn't do as clean of a job as I wanted... If I would've installed them at the same time as the Custom LED taillight it would have been a neater job. But it wasn't difficult. Just make sure to route the wires so they won't get pinched by the seat.
 

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+1 on the Tripage lights...



The passenger peg and tail lights have been installed since last year, and I have received many compliments on them.
 

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I am thinking of installing a set of these to the brake light and maybe another set for the turn signals, to give some more visibility. I was thinking down around the passenger pegs to get them away from the other lights. The nice thing is that they are excellent quality and only $5 a light.

https://www.superbrightleds.com/mor...es-miniature-rectangle-accent-light-black/25/

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They also have this style which might work better.

https://www.superbrightleds.com/mor...alm-3-led-rectangular-accent-light-module/22/

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And if you are looking for the LED flasher relay, their price is hard to beat.

https://www.superbrightleds.com/search/led-products/universal motorcycle flasher/
 
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