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1Back to top Go down   LED running lights. Empty LED running lights. on Wed Apr 11, 2012 5:55 pm

sidecar paul

sidecar paul
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There are a lot of options for LED lights these days but here is how I did mine.

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Start with a Rolson 72 LED worklight.

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Cut the printed circuit board to leave two rows of LED's and trim the chrome strip to suit.

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Fit it into the parking light space after removing the stepped 'reflector' thingy (I cut the centre section out of my stepped thingy to retain the end lumps)

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Wire it up as this diagram.

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Mount the 5V regulator, resistor and relay somewhere on the fairing frame.

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Of course, if you've got a sidecar, make a matching unit for the front!

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And that's all there is to it.
Total cost of items is about £13 (April 2012).

(I did find that replacing the bottom Phillips screw with a 5mm stud makes refitting the headlamp unit easier.)

Paul.




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