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Even though I no longer own a Burgman. :oops: :cry: I still come to this forum because, frankly, you guys and girls are the most helpful on the net.

I have a Kymco Xciting 500 and recently bought a EMGO travel trunk. This should fit on the back of the bike, although I fear it will cover the brake lights. I am curious to know if there are any stick on LED brake lights.

I want something that will light up when I hit the brakes. Not just reflective stickers. Since I travel at night, I just feel a little safer with the lights.

Point me in the right direction.
 

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Yes, go to your local auto parts store and look at the variety available.
Our Pep Boys has a ton of them.
 

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Check out http://www.oznium.com/flexible-led-strips. They have ones that are stick on double sided tape.
Oh and I guess you need to change your info to show other bike..........but we wouldn't hold it against you. :wink:
 

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Hi,

I heard about the Knight Rider lights here on this site via a post by Daboo. So I went out and bought one for all of $25.

They offer a number of solutions but what I was looking for was a pulsating brake light feature that would pump the light 4-5 times when I hit the brakes. (Just like they tell you to do in the class...it just does it automatically). They have other options too. Take a look at their (circa-1997) website via the link below.

http://www.customdynamics.com/knight_rider_led_light_bar.htm

I got the 12 LED unit (LB02?) and I'm very impressed with it. Nice clean look, seems solid and works as advertised. So much so that I am using it on my small scooter (Yamaha Zuma) and am going to order the 21 LED unit for my B-400. Both scoots have Givi boxes and in each case I am mounting the LED unit on the bottom of the Givi mounting plate using 1" aluminum angle. Both of my Givi boxes have LED kits - Givi kit for the small one, Admore lights for the V46 on my B-400. Plus I added more LEDs to each so either scoot can probably be seen from outer space at this point. haha

Pete
 

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Google "Automotive LED" and follow your nose. When you get ready to buy don't buy the cheapest because with LEDs, like most everything else, you get what you pay for.
 

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I went to Harbor Freight and found stick-on strips of red LEDs for about $4.00................... I use them as tail lights.
 
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