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Average Customer Review: 4.46 (based on 840 reviews)

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(3 stars) reviewed on 02/15/14 by
DAPST3R (DAPST3R) from Corona, CA, US, for a 2006 1600/1700 Road Star Silverado wrote:

I like the look

I ended up getting the Plug and Play Run-Turn-Brake Controller by Kuryakyn due to the fact that this one doesn't have the flashing module and it wasn't very easy to install. I did keep the rear LED lights for my turn signals on the rear.


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(2 stars) reviewed on 08/06/13 by
Walter (RedCruiser) from Westminster, MD, US, for a 2001 1600/1700 Road Star Silverado wrote:

Meh - bottom end of LED conversions - much better stuff out there

I ended up not even installing this unit.
I installed Custom Dynamics.
1. no gluing lights to the lens (really???
Custom Dynamics plugs into the existing turn signal socket. no wire splicing for the turn signal 


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(5 stars) reviewed on 05/05/13 by
(Glenn) (ol2dogs) from In, CA, US, for a 2001 1500 Vulcan Drifter wrote:

Added visibility for Safety is never wrong...

Great product for the added security of being seen.  You can't go wrong making yourself more visible.


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(4 stars) reviewed on 01/25/13 by
Glenn (Ol2dogs) (ol2dogs) from In, CA, US, for a 2001 1500 Vulcan Drifter wrote:

This kit works as described but man was it hard to route the LED Board wires through the turn signal stems on my Kawasaki. I admit I'm no mechanic which may have been half the problem but some help from the manufacturer for model specific turn signal stems would have gone a long way. I finally managed to work them through with some thin gardening wire (it was green wire so its gardening wire)and vaseline. The wiring directions and drawings from the manufacturer were very helpful. Unfortunately, Kawasaki apparently reversed the wiring for the blinkers. What was the ground wire for the tail/brake light turned out the be the hot wires for the blinkers. Two fuses later I got it all working. Would I do it again knowing what I know now. Probably not. Still, overall, I do have more visibility on my rear.
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(5 stars) reviewed on 01/19/13 by
(snewogiarc) from , , for a 0 1100 V-Star Classic wrote:

Installed myself on my Yamaha VStar 1100. Takes a bit of time to install. Extra lights really make a difference in visibility at night. I'm really happy with their functionality as brake lights, taillights, and turn signals.
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(4 stars) reviewed on 01/10/13 by
Steve (theturbo) from , , Australia, for a 0 1300 V-Star wrote:

A great item to raise your visibility from the rear. I think the supplied t-tap connectors aren't the greatest fit to the bike wiring, and soldering is a better option. I shortened the supplied long black wiring and put the whole connected bundle under the plastic cover behind the licence plate. I did not cut into the taillight/brake light loom under the fender, instead I used the licence plate lamp wire to connect to the GREEN wire on the supplied run/brake circuit. I then ran a single wire from the the yellow wire (brake light wiring that is inside the sheathed loom under the bike seat) back to the wiring bundle I installed behind the licence plate. Note the instruction sheet at the CC website shows the slip-on LED arrangement ie the led ring shown has a heat resistant rubber grommet to allow the led ring to fit snugly over the installed indicator lamp and I believe that pictured item to be p/no EC-01314, but this kit number EC-01315 supplied here is the one that silicones the LE...
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(4 stars) reviewed on 01/10/13 by
Steve (theturbo) from , , Australia, for a 0 1300 V-Star wrote:

A great item to raise your visibility from the rear. I think the supplied tap connectors aren't the greatest fit to the bike wiring and soldering is a better option. I shortened the supplied long black wiring and put the whole connected bundle under the plastic cover behind the licence plate. I did not cut into the taillight/brake light loom under the fender, instead I used the licence plate lamp to connect to the GREEN wire on the supplied run/brake circuit. I then ran a single wire from the the yellow wire (brake light wiring that is inside the sheathed loom under the bike seat) back to the wiring bundle I installed behind the licence plate. See my pics and video link at: http://cruiser.mototribe.com/photo/jan-photo-contest-my-christmas-present
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(5 stars) reviewed on 12/24/12 by
(Jusluv21) from , , for a 0 Other Make/Model wrote:

Received my kit and it is just as described. The adhesive sent in the kit kind of makes a mess of your lens so be careful. You can see the adhesive through the lens when the the bike is on or off. Maybe that's just my sloppiness. Either way, the red shines through brightly and looks like it will make a difference. The instructions are relatively easy to follow. You just need to pay close attention. I got everything hooked up and nothing worked. According to the instructions, I hooked it all up right. I had to go back and swap the two leads on the LED ring itself to get everything working right. The running/brake light will go out when you turn on your signal but comes on between flashes. It appears as red and amber alternating. Overall, a good looking product that can be completed with some patience and electrical understanding. The only reason I wouldn't buy this product again is because of the glue on the lens. If there was a different way to attach the LED ring in the ...
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(4 stars) reviewed on 11/28/12 by
Matt Faller (madmatt) from , , for a 0 650 V-Star Classic wrote:

Wanted to improve my rear visibility and saw that these lights did that and more. Directions were clear but anything to do with lighting and wiring on these bikes can take a bit of time. I think the install took me two nights in total but I was very happy with the results. Much more light in the back and it retains the stock amber turn signal to be keep legal. Tip: Allow the light mounts to set overnight once you glue them to the plastic lens covers as stated in the directions.
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(4 stars) reviewed on 08/07/12 by
(rmonroe041) from , , United States, for a 2007 650 V-Star Classic wrote:

The installation was fairly easy to install. On my V-Star 650, I was able to completely remove the rear light assembly, and work on it comfortably sitting at my table. The bigger pain was having to completely disassemble the entire rear lights assembly. But, once it was all apart, running the kit wire thru was pretty easy and painless. However, putting the light assembly back together, especially the original blinker connection, was a bit of a challenge. (Make sure you shove the flasher bulb socket connection correctly, or else you WILL NOT be able to insert/reconnect your flasher bulb!) The kit includes wire splicing connectors and a diagram of which wire goes where, so unless you're color-blind, you simply match (depending on your bike's wires) green with blue, blue with brown, black with yellow. I would recommend you cover all your completed connections with electrical tape! Then its just a matter of bundling that whole wire nest back into its wire housing. **One thing that ...
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(5 stars) reviewed on 07/21/12 by
Daryl Hoelke from , , for a 2006, FLHTPI Touring/Dresser wrote:

Well the instruction sheet appeared to be simple and it was, however the wire routing was a challenge to see how to get the wires into the signal light housing. I have a 2006 Harley FLHTPI. I tried getting the wires through the light socket, even tried drilling a hole in the signal light housing ..... almost ruined the bulb socket .... so I unbolted the signal light bar from the fender, then removed one of the two hex bolts holding the signal light housing to the signal light bar. I put the wires through the one hole and only have now one of the hex bolts holding the signal light housing to the signal light bar. I tighted up the remaining hex bolt and filled the other with some silicone with the two wires, black and black and white stripe through the hole. Worked perfectly but took a lot of time to figure this out. The next one should only take me 1/2 hour to complete vs the 4 hours I spent figuring this one out. works fantastic and looks great but should have better bike spec...
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(5 stars) reviewed on 06/15/12 by
Ken Davis (kenld) from , , for a 0 1100 V-Star Silverado wrote:

Great safety add on
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(3 stars) reviewed on 06/04/12 by
Lucho (RidingShogun) from Martinez, CA, United States, for a 2004 800 Marauder wrote:

Haven't installed it yet
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(5 stars) reviewed on 05/14/12 by
teton123 (teton123) from Park City, UT, United States, for a 2006 1800 VTX1800R (Retro) wrote:

Pretty easy install - just a little bit time consuming. I really like the increased visibility at night. Great product.
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(5 stars) reviewed on 04/18/12 by
David Leal (broodlyric) from Livermore, CA, United States, for a 1983 750 Magna wrote:

This product is excellent for those of us who either prefer the look of OEM turn signals, or those of us who do not want to cash out tons of money on after market signals. The installation is easy as pie, I would rate the installation difficulty a 3/10 if the person has even minor experience with wiring. The increased safety of being more visible, while still having some money left for gas to ride with makes this item a winner in my book.
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(4 stars) reviewed on 03/27/12 by
(jwhitacre) from , , United States, for a 2007 1300 Royal Star Venture wrote:

Installed on my 07 Venture. Really helped brighten it up. 1-1/2 hour install.
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(4 stars) reviewed on 03/10/12 by
(TimothyAtwood) from , , United States, for a 2009, Black 900 Vulcan Classic wrote:

Like the extra visibility
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(5 stars) reviewed on 03/07/12 by
Walid Farouk (aamwalid) from , , for a 0 1800 VTX1800C wrote:

Excellent during night rides ...
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(5 stars) reviewed on 02/13/12 by
Brett Guenther (spedometrist) from , , United States, for a 2007 650 V-Star Classic wrote:

I guess my summary for this part would be "Universal Fit does not equal custom fit".... I had a real time trying to fit things into their proper places with this install and as a result it took me a long time. The toughest part is getting the wires through the lamp gasket in the turn signal. I had to cut a groove in the rubber being careful not to short the turnlight bulb. The second toughest thing was trying to get all the wires and connectors back into the tiny area behind the license plate.... At the end of all that time, I was a little like - huh... is that it? Still it all works great and I am glad to think that now I am a little more visible....I would recommend this to the person that is not easily frustrated with complicated wiring projects. BTW I also installed the backoff light flasher on the center light while the ones on the stems work conventionally.....I think that this is a nice touch.
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(5 stars) reviewed on 01/16/12 by
(lhallsoccer) from , TX, United States, for a 0 1100 Shadow VT1100C wrote:

Moderately easy kit to install. Great addition to the rear running and brake lights. Take care not to pinch any wires to the frame. Ended up shorting out one diode and had to replace it. This is definitely worth the price.
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