heres my latest one haha(not on the truck OBVIOUSLY) lol
anyone who's ever owned a 400 suzuki knows how dumb the rear brakelight is. it's huge, and it kinda sags...
before i did the turndown tip on the exhaust i was running 7 discs. not thinking ahead of time i found out the hard way what this would do. the exhaust came out right ontoo the brakelight causing the plastic bracket to become hot and evntually break. usually if you break it you can simply run a sheetmetal screw back into it and your fine-mine melted the actual lense! woot woot! lol
so a stock housing was $50----no way
so i looked at the led ones that honda uses-$85......WTF!
to be legal at the dunes it has to work so i got the bright idea of making my own light!
and it just so happens the oval trailer lights at napa actually lined up with the existing holes for the stock light!!!
the outcome-$35 for the light AND the chrome cover :)
just so you understand how bright this is-stock led honda lights come with 10 leds
this has 24!!!!! took it to jones beach(local sand spot on the river nothing fancy) it lit up a good 100yards behind me red!!!