SoCalMotoGear Sequential Dynamic LED Lighting.


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SoCalMotoGear Sequential Dynamic LED Lighting.

Post by wmerryall » Mon May 22, 2017 7:55 pm



The latest product for 1800 Goldwings has been released. "Moving" lights reminiscent of the turn signals on some old T-Birds and Cougars. Very eye catching! You can read my review here: https://billmcilrathmotorcyclephotojour ... ghting.pdf





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Re: SoCalMotoGear Sequential Dynamic LED Lighting.

Post by topgun » Sun Jun 04, 2017 10:16 pm

Have you noticed any noise from the LED's in the radio yet?

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Re: SoCalMotoGear Sequential Dynamic LED Lighting.

Post by wmerryall » Mon Jun 05, 2017 11:58 am

No I haven't, everything is working fine.

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Re: SoCalMotoGear Sequential Dynamic LED Lighting.

Post by topgun » Mon Jun 05, 2017 7:01 pm

ok
i'm seriously thinking about these. Every time I look at a newer vehicle with white led daytime mlights I notice how distinct they are compared to others that run reduced headlights or something else, and I think the white led doesn't have to be very big to grab attention.

I like the tri-function lowers too. no noise with them on either?

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Re: SoCalMotoGear Sequential Dynamic LED Lighting.

Post by wmerryall » Mon Jun 05, 2017 7:33 pm

i'm seriously thinking about these. Every time I look at a newer vehicle with white led daytime mlights I notice how distinct they are compared to others that run reduced headlights or something else, and I think the white led doesn't have to be very big to grab attention.

I like the tri-function lowers too. no noise with them on either?
The white LEDs in place of the factory amber running lights are superior for grabbing attention, the sequential turn signals adds to the impact.

Not sure what you mean by "tri-function" lowers.

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Re: SoCalMotoGear Sequential Dynamic LED Lighting.

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Re: SoCalMotoGear Sequential Dynamic LED Lighting.

Post by wmerryall » Wed Jun 07, 2017 9:15 pm

Ah, okay, now I understand. Haven't reviewed a set of those yet, something to look into.



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