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Old 27th July 2006, 14:23   #16
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and about the legality, the cops dont say anything about strobes.
I have mine on all the time.. cops see it but don't complain.
Yaar your strobes are hardly visible anyway!
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Old 27th July 2006, 17:58   #17
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Well i have seen it on a few bikes in mumbai (Worli se face road) n i personally didnt like it.. i guess they either must be the cheap rs.180 ones or they just dont look good on the bikes...
I guess some branded products like Streetglow would look better on indian bikes like the Karizma.
I wudnt even try and mess with any imported sports bike headlights for the strobes/blinkers !!
Seen a zen with this lights, but the blinkers were blue in color fitted in the parking light.. but it aint as bright and sharp like the white !
Guys please stick to Branded and original products - My Advice !!
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Old 27th July 2006, 17:59   #18
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Yaar your strobes are hardly visible anyway!
Dude.. wat do u mean here ??
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aZa, you mentioned about the facility in the set that you got that can change sequences,...

Is there a sequence that can make the lights blink in the fashion like that of an aeroplane's white flasher (seen when flying overhead)

OR

the sequence that happens on the square headlamps of the GM trucks most of the times used by the FBI in hollywood movies?
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Old 27th July 2006, 19:53   #20
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He's gone shopping again. and the bling stuff shoud be back on today


and about the legality, the cops dont say anything about strobes.
I have mine on all the time.. cops see it but don't complain.


I am not sure about the legal aspects of using these lights atleast in Mumbai because Neons are considered illegal in Mumbai and can be penalised...
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Is there a sequence that can make the lights blink in the fashion like that of an aeroplane's white flasher (seen when flying overhead)
I got strobes some 2 years back with controller which can control the frequency n has 7 different flashing styles
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http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/vbpicg...p?do=view&g=96

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Old 27th July 2006, 23:13   #22
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Neons are illegal !! i've have got challanned for them....

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aZa, you mentioned about the facility in the set that you got that can change sequences,...

Is there a sequence that can make the lights blink in the fashion like that of an aeroplane's white flasher (seen when flying overhead)

OR

the sequence that happens on the square headlamps of the GM trucks most of the times used by the FBI in hollywood movies?
Yes the Controller module lets u set the pattern and also flashes per second. The high quality strobes usually have a "U" shaped bulb and not a smallish tube.

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Yaar your strobes are hardly visible anyway!

haha.

replacing my current set with the proper bright ones this time.
Do u want the old ones uncle ji.
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haha.

replacing my current set with the proper bright ones this time.
Do u want the old ones uncle ji.
Nahi Beta I don't want any Sh**ty stuff!! I only use the good stuff remember
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where have you itted your strobes inside the headlight. is it also there along with the parking and the headlight or have you replaced the parking lights with them.
Hey Dude,
I got my Strobe Lights fitted in the Head Light (In Place of the Parking Lights) not the Signal Light, so i loose my Parking Light (Dim Light in the Head light).
It also has a controller inside (Just one small roundish black button), i can set the frequency and stuff, i guess u can set upto 6 different frequency...
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no offence. i got it on my bike for 110 bucks inclusive fixing.

obviously these are the cheap one's/

the better quality ones are for 350 (same wattage)

and the original ones are for 2150bucks with 110 watts and a controller for the speed of the lights
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no offence. i got it on my bike for 110 bucks inclusive fixing.

obviously these are the cheap one's/

the better quality ones are for 350 (same wattage)

and the original ones are for 2150bucks with 110 watts and a controller for the speed of the lights

which bike did you get it on and where did you install them ??


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Old 29th July 2006, 06:55   #28
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Strobes!!!
I've got them for my ALTO too. They're the Rs 550 Thingy!
They have no purpose but pure show off and plenty of it. It can get you a lot of pretty ooglings!
BTW, wanna improve the current ones to some better quality strobes!
Any suggestions???
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Old 29th July 2006, 12:43   #29
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Speedzak u have the U-TYPE bulbs in ur strobes ?
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Speedzak u have the U-TYPE bulbs in ur strobes ?
Absolutely not!!!! They look very much like a small Florescent tube. It's a very cheap product sold to me for triple the price I think!!!!

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