I DON'T HAVE A CENTER STAND cause I don't own a high performence Katana! :bonk:The Green Light Trigger "fools" the system by creating disturbances in the sensor's electromagnetic field. Basically, the trigger is a powerful magnet that you fasten to the bottom of your bike (for instance, to the center stand crosspiece).
:withstupi , plus when you have that nice magnet sitting under your bike to "trip the sensor", well what happens to that magnet when you pass over other metal objects in the road? And not all sensors are "magnetic", so are actually done by weight rolling over a cord.chev said:I'll just continue gambling on these things and save myself $25 :spam:
i do it. But youre not always alone when youre skipped. Usually in turn lanes when im the only one turning.jeeps84 said:Just make a right on red or run the damn thing.
i used to do that too. worked fine, mabye ill start doin it again.pigface said:In highschool we used to flash the lights repeatedly when coming up to them and they would turn green while everything else turned red. The sensors thought it was a siren. I haven't tried that in years, don't know if it still works and I'm sure it's not exactly legal. lol
Pigface1 said:Most triggers are set off by the metal on a vehicle, weight has nothing to do with it.
In highschool we used to flash the lights repeatedly when coming up to them and they would turn green while everything else turned red. The sensors thought it was a siren. I haven't tried that in years, don't know if it still works and I'm sure it's not exactly legal. lol
That's cool man. I think I'm gonna try that. You think a junkyard will give up those? or a tranny repair shop?thirdgenlxi said:I just put a couple magnets on the bottom of my headers. Got the magnets at my work out of a couple automatic transmission pans so they're pretty strong magnets. I still put the tire right on the sensor line, but I usually always get my light :thumbs:
That's funnym because in Colorado Springs, all the lights have cameras, and as long as I sit right where a car's supposed to, then they work dine.I have a problem with the other kind sometimes, the kind that has the video camera thingy mounted up by the lights... a lot of times those just DO NOT see a bike..
That is the stupidest thing I've ever heard.Grafixx01 said:NOPE, not legal. You can get a ticket for "improper use of head light" , which is not a moving violation but it should only run you like $50-$100 including fees and everything if you get caught.