WOW what a difference they make. They almost disappear when not on.
Same thing here, riding back one night I see a bright lit up something or other over a mile down the road. I'm wondering what the heck it is, it's so lit up! When I came up on it, I could tell it was a bagger (about a 2014 or up based on the tour pak lights) and he had those saddle bag lights on it, and man let me tell you, the back of that bike was IN YOUR FACE BRIGHT!There was a HD with these lights on it on the service road. When he hit the brakes, I could see them from a half a mile away. All those taillights and these stood out most.
This week on the way to work eary morning (dark out) had 2 idiots not even see me had to get out of the way and was pumping brakes. That all it took for me.I was on the fence about these. One day I was getting on the Loop at rush hour. I was on a flyover entrance ramp and I was looking down at the gridlock on the Loop and the service road. There was a HD with these lights on it on the service road. When he hit the brakes, I could see them from a half a mile away. All those taillights and these stood out most. I ordered mine that night.
Look on you tube saw a set on a blue bike had red lenses. Looked good. Sorry stopped for a bite then back on the road when I get in I will post a link for you if can't find it.I've been contemplating getting a set, just wondering how well they'll match up on a blue bike.
Only thing blacked out on my bike is handlebars, smoke turn signal and black license plate bracket.Mine too. How do they blend in? Can ya get some side shots?
My bike is a mix of black and chrome. So I'm on the fence with these. It's not all blacked out. Or chromed out. It's a mix. So I don't know which direction to go with these.
Perfect. I got lucky with getting an example on the right color bike. I'm leaning towards chrome now.Only thing blacked out on my bike is handlebars, smoke turn signal and black license plate bracket.