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BikeVis Bullets LED Marker Lights

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BVB $29.95

XJ600 Yamaha (Euro Version) with Bike Vis Bullets

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These second-generation BikeVis Bullets are unique, award-winning, high-powered light pods that'll get you noticed on the street. Utilizing the very latest super bright LED technology, this pair of brilliant, weatherproof miniature lights can be mounted just about anywhere—on the side of your fairing or tucked away under a ram air scoop, dash panel, or fender. Unlike other power-hungry lights, they draw less than a watt each and have a service life of 50,000 hours (roughly 6 years of non-stop riding). Installation is a simple two-wire hookup without relays or switches. Note that the wiring comes out of the bottom of the self-adhesive surface, so depending on where you want to put them, you may need to drill a tiny hole in the mounting surface for the wiring to pass through. Or, alternately, you could position the bullets on the trailing edge of a flat surface and run the wires behind it.

To give your BikeVis Bullets an additional attention-grabbing "glint" or sparkle, add a BikeVis Pod Modulator. For durable, simple, and re-usable wiring connections, we recommend the use of Posi-Taps (and their related products) for all such installations.

Note that since they're not part of any OEM lighting package, BikeVis Bullets (with or without a modulator) are likely not defined in the FMVSS (Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards), which specifies and authorizes things like horns, lights, and tires for use on public roads. Then, of course, there could be countless state and local laws in the mix too. In spite of that, we've never heard of any rider anywhere being called out on this one. These items are not in any way harmful to other road users, and improve a motocyclist's visibility in traffic, which is arguably safer. We are glad to see that at least for now, common sense has prevailed in these types of situations.

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Brand BikeVis

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