2009 Yamaha R1 with red neon lights

Finally gave in and bought some red neon lights for my motorcycle. The blue strips are actually just reflective tape for your rims haha. But I thought it would look cool if I put it as a trim. I was sick of people nearly hitting me while I rode around town at night hopefully this will help. Please check out my other videos on my channel and subscribe for more videos. https://www.youtube.com/user/Perfecto1414

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2009 Yamaha R1
June 14, 2012----- Went for a quick ride to Virginia City, Nevada. Which is not very from Reno, Nevada. It was a very beautiful day to ride. Definitely took advantage of that haha. I rode my 2009 Yamaha R1. This is what calms me down. Slow is smooth and smooth is fast. I was the one taking the video so it was kind of hard to do a video while I was taking the turns. Maybe next time I will have someone shoot that, that would be great.





Rim Sticker Applicator - Easy, perfect curved install!
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Audi R8 style lights on a Yamaha R1
Audi R8 style lights on a Yamaha R1. LED strip was installed and wired to operate as a turn signal as well as the running lights. I got the led strips from eBay; they are just 24 LED flexible strips. (Do a search there are hundreds) Next you will need 2 5 pin Bosch style relays. (Dont get the 4 pins they don't have an output for normally closed (87a) which is what you need for them to be running lights.) Next dismantle your bike down to just the headlights. Preheat the oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. Place the head light on a cooking sheet and then in the oven for 7 minutes. Remove headlight and pry the housing apart, its pretty easy with the help of a flathead screwdriver. Next glue in your LED strips; I used high temp silicone RTV on mine you can experiment if you like. Once installed lightly press the housing back together and put it back in the oven for 7 minutes when its done you can press it firmly together and the clips will re-snap down. Now just reassemble your bike and wire them up! you can wire it like I did as alternating with the flasher or if you dont want it to flash you can ditch the relays and wire it to any keyed 12 volt source on your bike. I happen to have used the stock 12v running light power for the stock signals (a blue wire as I recall.) Do this at your own risk I accept no responsibility if you confuse Fahrenheit for Celsius and melt your damn headlights :) Have fun kids!




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