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Hey guys, I just wanted to post this up to show the forum guys what we've been up to.

I had the privilege of being the first one here in the states to get my hands on this new LED taillight setup on my Classic about a month ago and have been loving it ever since.

A local guy to me got them in my hands to test out and I'm loving it so far.

Let me know what you guys think? If you guys find yourselves interested, I'm located in the Los Angeles area and can get something setup for you guys. For additional stuff, I have more posted on my Instagram (I know right? shameless plug, but it is 2016 after all) @coterie_west



Features of this light: :encouragement:

-100% plug and play
-Smoked lense looks great and doesn't take away from the bike, I was a bit worried at first since I loved the factory red, but these things came out awesome!
-Integrated LED signals with
-Optional wires for factory signal to work together with the integrated lights (please see in video)
-Running LEDs to separate the lights from the brake lights
-multiple flashes to warn drivers behind you before a solid red.


On to the pictures. I'm crossing my fingers that I added the video in there correctly haha

Video is available on the IG post as well. Let me get something posted on Youtube and linked here

Video 1

Video 2




-Cheers!
 

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Me neither Derek, but since getting this unit, I was able to clean up the back end of her now that the signals have been removed and made a nice tidy tail to get a better inline look on her. Originally I kept the factory lights to go with her but I changed it up a bit... Beauty of it all, everything can go back in without have to cut or modify a thing.
 

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Yes, I don't like making irreversible changes either so it's good that you can change it back if you want or are selling the bike.
The flashing stop light function is a good thing although I'm not sure if it would be legal here in the UK.
 

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I think modifying is frowned upon everywhere, but I don't think it stops the movement. If people like them, they get them and Rock em to the fullest I say!


Ps, I live in California where almost anything modified is "illegal" :laughing7:
 
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