2004 Yamaha R6 Audi headlight with signals

The first mod I did to my Yamaha R6. Audi inspired headlight strips that blink with the turn signals. Simple and came out great!

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Why I Chose The Yamaha R6
This video is just about why I chose the Yamaha 07 R6 as my 600cc sport bike. Really most people just buy their dream bike. or the bike that they think looks the best. And although some street bikes have advantages over others, you should just stick to the bike you want the most! Love your bike for what it is and don't let others bash on your sweet ride! :) I started on a ninja 250 and got a lot of hate for it but i don't regret the decision at all. Not only was I not in a financial position to buy an R6 but also I was able to drop the 250 and get us to riding without rid ink damaging the R6. And she has never been down! :D So wether you are buy a 250, 600, 1000, dual sport, or cruiser, just remember that we all share the same passion to ride! __ Follow on Instagram @streetbikesforever http://instagram.com/streetbikesforever Like on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/StreetBikesForever Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/StreetBikesEver YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/StreetBikesForever Feel free to message me about anything! I'd love video recommendations! Recorded with a GoPro HD Hero 2 Helmet Camera Motor Sports Edition at 720p 60 fps with an external mic. Editing done with Final Cut Pro X





How to Install Resistors for LED Turn Signals, Fix Hyperblinking!
RESISTOR KIT HERE: http://bit.ly/1m2uJVI This video demonstrates how to install standard LED resistors in order to slow down LED turn signals. Resistors and LED bulbs available from Diode Dynamics! Give us a call with any questions 314-205-3033 or email contact@diodedynamics.com I know all of you master electricians might say otherwise, but quick splices are very good for the purposes here. Please don't tell people to solder- if you do not have proper tools and experience, you will do a very poor job and it will simply crack and break within weeks of installation.





How to Wheelie: Part 1 - Beginner
My first part in a how to wheelie series. This is mainly for the 600cc range of bikes. For liter bikes you need to start in 2nd gear. Take these tips and go practice! :) I's got a facebook! Go like it! http://www.facebook.com/Doublet90t




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