16 LED Modules Running and Flashing Brake Lights

Hyperlite

16 LED Modules Running and Flashing Brake Lights
Your Price
$98.95
Item #:
HLWGWDF16
98.95

This is our U32 kit, Standard Flashing program, with Running Lights. We use a microprocessor to  give you running lights at 30% intensity, and brake lights at 100%! The 16 LED design gives these lights twice the power of our 8 LED lights, at about 1/4 amp! All the electronics are cast in epoxy to make them Water Proof and Shock Resistant!

3 Member Reviews

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5/1/2014
William
Skipperville, AL
20_stars
LED Hyperlites

The lites work as directed but the directions were essentially USELESS!!
The tech support stayed on the phone with me telling me which of the units wires connected to what GW wire. You MUST have a test light and LOTS of patience to find the corresponding GW wire.
Good luck!

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5/1/2014
William
Skipperville, AL
20_stars
LED Hyperlites

The lites work as directed but the directions were essentially USELESS!!
The tech support stayed on the phone with me telling me which of the units wires connected to what GW wire. You MUST have a test light and LOTS of patience to find the corresponding GW wire.
Goos luck!

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1/24/2014
Paul
Nokomis, FL
20_stars
Big Job for Little Payoff

A few of my friends have purchased HyperLite products and I think really helped be seen when braking (these friends did not install these lights on Goldwings)
So I made the purchase for my 2012 Wing. There is a lot of work installing them on my bike. First off the directions were not very good, don't really apply to my year model(2012). They include a template, thinking they might know more then me, I used them to drill my hole on the speakers pods. Well after the job was completed, I realized that the radio antenna block part of the lights on the right side. Next they instructed you to use the factory hole in the pod to run you wires out of the pod. After I assembled the lights and I tried to close the truck lid, the wires became pinched. I had to disconnect the wires, drill a new hole facing the rear of the bike and rerun them. Good thing I did not permanently affix the lights or I would have remove them and would not be able to reinstall them. The next problem was making the connections to the bikes wiring system. Directions state that you must connect to the wires on a gray color plug that is shown in the direction's illustration, on the top of the rear fender under the seat. I spent some time trying to located this plug, and if you have ever done any electrical work on your Goldwing, you know this can be a task. The plug they talk about in the directions is located on the right side of the bike buried between the frame and the fender. You most remove two wire clamps to locate this plug. If you can locate someone who has made this installation, I would ask for their assistance. After completing the job "I was very satisfied the the performance of the lights. Remember to cut the green loop wire or else the light will flash for as long as you are holding the brake. (In some states it is illegal to have a flashing red light that does not reset) Just wished I had not used the templates. Good Luck

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