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LED conversion difficulties
Written by tradewinds1964 on 2/13/2012 at 03:17 pm

Stop! Stop! You're getting me all excited and making everyone else jealous. Holy
snicker bars Batman, we could have a built in Uni-Go trailor butt. Oh my god
Susan. Look at that motorcycle's butt.

The bulb dropped straight in. It has a little chrome holder that it slides into.
That chrome holder fits just like the stock bulb with 3 little tabs for
alignment. Then when you flick from Hi to Low, the bulb either rest inside the
chrome holder or it pops up out of the chrome holder. But the movement is not
enough to touch anything. It all stays within the range of the chrome holder.
The ballast for the HID is about the size of a cassette case holder, maybe
smaller. The only mod I had to do was that the HID needs a direct line to the
battery. So, I ran a wire from my cigarette lighter to the light with a fuse in

I have had no problems with glare. You can see the rectangle pattern on the
ground very close to where a typical bulb would hit when on Lo beam. I took
Goldwing Fred's advice and run my Hi beam during the day for extra visibility.

Built in projectors? I like it. And then we can have angel eyes. And and then we
can have side angel eyes under the footpegs. And then then then we can have
angel eyes in the top shelf looking up just like that beam on top of the Luxor
in Vegas. And with the extra trunk space, we can house an extra battery and gas
tank. And and and then with the leftover extra space, we can mod an extra
alternator so juice will never be a problem again.

Yeah! Yeah! Oh Yeah!!

Besides. Pimp-My-Motorcycle? What do you think PC stands for?
Pacific Coast? No No No my friend. Pimp Cycle baby!!!!!!!

Atlanta, GA
'90 Red PC
Glen Scotia(pronounced Sko-sha)

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