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08-29-2005 09:47 AM
jeeps84
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Originally Posted by Gas Man
My tail light is DOT approved...
So is mine and all the lights on my Peterbilt are LED and DOT approved.
08-29-2005 09:34 AM
snadamo A little AZ FYI: I just talked to an official AZ inspections officer a few days ago. Luckily in this state, apparently all they need to be is visible from a minimun of 50 feet. Thats good for me, becuase I am having a hell of a time searching for the OEM turn signals for my bike.
08-28-2005 08:54 AM
Gas Man My tail light is DOT approved...



08-28-2005 12:30 AM
R1up0n1
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Originally Posted by Gas Man
That's not completely true... many manufactures use LED's on their bikes... R6's have had them in the tail for years... many other types of bikes come with nothing but LED tails and blinkers.
All I know is most of the after market LED's don't say DOT approved on them. If you have a picky state inspection...unless it says DOT stamped on the light...the inspectors don't like that.
Speaking of After Market blinkers...I have some for sale. The pics are in my SV parts for sale thread. They are carbon fiber signals. Click on the link in my sig to see them. $20.00 OBO and they're yours.
08-27-2005 07:15 AM
Gas Man
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Originally Posted by SVupON1
LED's are sharp, but not DOT approved....I'd keep the OEM's handy when it comes time for inspection tho.
That's not completely true... many manufactures use LED's on their bikes... R6's have had them in the tail for years... many other types of bikes come with nothing but LED tails and blinkers.



08-26-2005 08:21 PM
junk yard jon i have flush mount tear drop's now,but my panel's ain't flat and it dont flow.i'm preping the panel's for paint so it would be time to put hole's in'em now.i don't care if there not DOT appoved,if i get stopped for them then they have to much time on there hand's.there are easier target's like the loud bike's with strait pipe's that never get stopped.
08-26-2005 06:28 PM
ne1469 the integrated tail lights... is a very nice option Integrated

For the front the eurostyle flushmounts are sweet ..euro style flushmount
08-26-2005 12:10 PM
itgirl25 i have polished flush mount led's up front. i love them, but one of them burned out already. they aren't even a full year old. thank god they have a lifetime warranty.
08-26-2005 12:05 PM
ne1469 I just bought some flush mount tear drop shaped turn signals and plan to have the the bike shop install them..But I may try to install them first, so if I dont post after the weekend I fried myself...

As for the rear signals Im going to order LED's
08-26-2005 11:41 AM
R1up0n1 LED's are sharp, but not DOT approved....I'd keep the OEM's handy when it comes time for inspection tho.
08-26-2005 11:39 AM
junk yard jon i was thinking of putting 4 LED's in the outside corners.just put 4 tiny hole's in'em.then one bulb in each hole.clean,hidden,and bright,so i don't get rearended.
08-17-2005 08:00 PM
Gas Man
Aftermarket Blinkers...

This is a topic that comes up ALOT...

What do you recomend for a nice set of aftermarket blinkers???




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