Light up that engine!

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle Welding, Fabrication and Paintin' started by adamg4119, Sep 22, 2010.

  1. adamg4119

    adamg4119 New Member

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    So i put a strip of 24 or so led,s on my bike, just so it lights up the engine. It looks spectacular at night
     
  2. ferball

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    I was thinking that for my chain stays, some serious ground effects
     
  3. city of angels

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    yes i got neon on my trike and i have 9 leds on the rear baskets
     
  4. bobs hog

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    are you guys hooked on the white wire from the motor?
     
  5. city of angels

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    no i am using a 7 aph motorcycle battery
     
  6. MotorNut123

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    What type of neon did you get. I'm gonna put some under the frame of my new build. And also how is it setup?
     
  7. WayneC

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    And not a picture in the bunch!
     
  8. captainrichhill

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    It doesn't exist unless there is a picture.
     
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    #9 city of angels, Sep 26, 2010
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  10. Maxvision

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    Just F.Y.I. the white wire is AC. You'd need a rectifier of some sort to turn it into DC volts for LEDs
     

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