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post #21 of 44 (permalink) Old 03-19-2012, 10:37 AM
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My problem is that I liked the signals on the hotbodies, but not the plate mount. I liked the reverse on the competition werks. lol

I've heard through the grapevine that the hotbodies one is a bit of a chore to get it to fit well.
No problems at all fitting Hotbodies and it looks great. Had to put resistance into circuit to keep lamp failure out, can't believe they don't address this. I just wired a 10W lamp in parallel with each Hotbodies LED signal. They are tywrapped to frame under seat cowl so you don't see them blinking. The plate mount is pretty cheap so I made one that goes on battery box like Competition Works as I thought that looked the best too.

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post #22 of 44 (permalink) Old 03-19-2012, 11:08 PM
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I justed installed yellow hot bodies on my bike 2 weeks ago along with a smoke tail light. i wired up like stock and did not have an issue with lamp fault. heard others have. IDK just lucky i guess
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Comp werkes is by far the sexiest I think because it has very small, but visible signals. The fit is well done too. You can install it in about the time it takes to drink 3 beers as well.

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Update on the install on my hot bodies under tail, as well as the integrated led flush mount signals for the front that are wired into the BMW insignia on the fairing. Installed both this past week and weekend and took the bike out today despite the rain and had no lamp warnings on my screen.
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Update on the install on my hot bodies under tail, as well as the integrated led flush mount signals for the front .
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waiting on my front flush mount roundel signals as well,
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Comp werkes is by far the sexiest I think because it has very small, but visible signals. The fit is well done too. You can install it in about the time it takes to drink 3 beers as well.
Was that install time tested on the first 3 beers or after having 3 beers? :-p

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D3 for me. Was pretty much spot on.
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does your auto cancellation still work with this set up?
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post #30 of 44 (permalink) Old 11-29-2012, 03:39 PM
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See my under tail. It is carbon fiber. Not the best pic, sorry.
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