turn signals and break lights for motorized bicycles

Discussion in 'Motor Bicycle Safety And Stolen Motorized Bicycle ' started by paul, Dec 24, 2007.

  1. Cowboy Rider

    Cowboy Rider New Member

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    I like the LED light bar sets. I wonder if they would work off the 6v lead that came with my engine? Hmm.

    What I really don't like about hand signals is that I would rather keep my hands on the Clutch and Throttle at all times. (near the brakes too, of course!) If going fast enough into a turn, I'll use the hand signals to let cars know what I'm about to do. But if I'm going slow enough that I need to Clutch the engine, I'll just pull over and wait for traffic to clear.
     
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    ...kits are for pansies.... ;)
     
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    I am in the process of prototyping my own set. If all works out they will be for sale entire kit would include headlight (ultra bright Cree or rebel LEDs) full working tail end with riding light turn sigs and brake indicator, and last but not least a battery charging sys and regulator to run off white wire. Waiting for parts now. However mostly I agree with Hugh, thats why I am making my own. Nothing out there fulfills my demands so if, or more so when I succeed I will offer them for sale.
     
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    definitely a cool setup...would love to figure out how to run the brake light on my own tho :( needs more thinking to do 63galaxie
     
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    Wow! That was totally uncalled for. When I click on a link that talks about turn signals I certainly don't expect porn!

    Beware of all links in this thread, a couple of them contain a few surprises!!
     
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    I do not know how that happened. I sincerely apologize for that; that was a link I posted and not sure what happened.
     
  8. bitsnpieces

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    That's a perfect one that I need, I think, because I have a pannier so I have no room for lights.

    The back of my pannier has screw holes to mount stuff, so I need something that will screw and mount into it.

    Is the one you got like those which just hook around a bar, or used to mount onto panniers?

    Also, what was it that you typed to find it?
     
  9. Donbia

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    I have a set of these, I bought two, I for the back and I with headlight for the front of the bike, I also found a set of 12 volt turn signals off a moped, that is the right size for a bike, I am still looking for the headlight.
    I think a fog light as per another setup, would be right, but I have to set up a charging system for both, with battery.
    I will use the first set for now, at a later date set up the 12 volt.
    Since there will be two switches I will combine both the front and back into one switch. .flg.
     
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    last posteded 2012 LOL.......Curt
     

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