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Those lil' light bulbs...

Rushfan Greg

Bicycle
Forum Subscriber
Hey guys. A couple of questions about those little lights at the nose of the bike. What is the part number and is an amber color available?

Thank you in advance,
Rf G
 

Pr356

Member
Member
Hey guys. A couple of questions about those little lights at the nose of the bike. What is the part number and is an amber color available?

Thank you in advance,
Rf G
Sorry I can't help you with the part number but I know they do come in amber color because that's what color mine are. I bought the bike with them already installed with the amber colored ones. I guess I did answer half your question. Lol
 

Rushfan Greg

Bicycle
Forum Subscriber
Sorry I can't help you with the part number but I know they do come in amber color because that's what color mine are. I bought the bike with them already installed with the amber colored ones. I guess I did answer half your question. Lol


Thank you. I'll start w/Cycle Gear this weekend.
 

rexter

Moped
Forum Subscriber
194 or a T10 base LED

168 is the same size but a hair brighter.

168 = 4.9w
194 = 3.8w
 

gixerhp

Street Cruiser
Member
Industry Vendor
All bulbs can be swapped to leds, less draw as well

Some of them are directional, so if it does not work, unplug it and turn it around
 

Rushfan Greg

Bicycle
Forum Subscriber
I thought LED lights caused resistance and possible problems? So, it's a simple LED install without resisters?
 

rexter

Moped
Forum Subscriber
I’ve got the pathfinders up front. I got the switchbacks for the front signals on amazon. I converted the rear signals and tail/brake light to all red running lights. I added Whelen LIN 3 red lights on each side of the license plate to function as brake/turn lights.
 

rexter

Moped
Forum Subscriber
This was before I converted the brake light to a running light.

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TireguyfromMA

Member
Member
The little lights between the headlights referred to as "city lights". I replaced the stock ones with LED versions from PATHFINDER that didn't seem to last very long and were expensive. Bought a package with 2 made by Sylvania Superbrite LED's for $21 at my local Auto Zone store. They are just as bright, less money and I can pick them up just anywhere. Keep in mind when you plug them in if they don't light up, remove and rotate 90 deg. LED's are polarized.
 
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