Pro 1000 Hi Viz Wheel Light Charging Kit


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blackbrier
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Pro 1000 Hi Viz Wheel Light Charging Kit

Postby blackbrier » Sun Oct 11, 2015 1:25 pm



Just getting started adding items to the new motorcycle. Does anyone have or know how good the Pro 1000 Hi Viz Wheel Light Charging Kit system is? It looks good on its own u-tube video's.



If not, how has the Ring of Fire, or similar items, been for you? Just trying to make myself more visible.



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Re: Pro 1000 Hi Viz Wheel Light Charging Kit

Postby redial » Fri Oct 23, 2015 4:49 am

My only comment is that if you want to be more visible, have three lights to the front, and as many as you like to the rear, as wheel lights only look good from the side. By then, the visibility should not be a worry.
Len in Kapunda

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Re: Pro 1000 Hi Viz Wheel Light Charging Kit

Postby H20loo » Fri Oct 23, 2015 6:46 pm

Looks good to me- I will be interested to see a response from someone with first hand experience

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Re: Pro 1000 Hi Viz Wheel Light Charging Kit

Postby wingman12 » Fri Oct 23, 2015 7:11 pm

Good evening H2O. I have the ring of fire and as redial mentioned it is decorative from the side only. I also wish to be seen so I have installed the HID head lights and the LED running lights.


In addition on the rear I put on LED truck lights sides and back and the sides alternate with the turn signal, LED tail and saddlebag lights and an extra LED on the mudflap. I intend to upgrade the LED bulbs to LED strips over the winter to make even more visible.

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Re: Pro 1000 Hi Viz Wheel Light Charging Kit

Postby redial » Fri Oct 23, 2015 8:12 pm

Wingman12, have you photos of the rear and side in daylight and night? Just like to have the complete concept squared away.
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Re: Pro 1000 Hi Viz Wheel Light Charging Kit

Postby wingman12 » Fri Oct 23, 2015 9:12 pm

Not yet. Will get you some over the next couple of days :D :D

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Re: Pro 1000 Hi Viz Wheel Light Charging Kit

Postby H20loo » Sat Oct 24, 2015 4:47 pm

Yup- ring of fire. I had chili yesterday so I know exactly what you mean.

OK, but seriously, whats wrong with being seen from the side. I think it would be cool to have ring of fire or this wheel light kit for when you ride by the donut shop where all the Harleys have stopped.




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