Instructables: exploring - workshop - led - motorcycle Mon, 27 Apr 2015 08:34:39 PDT BLOX v1.01 Make your Scooter/ Motorcycle Headlight Brighter by 80%
Make your Scooter/ Motorcycle Headlight Brighter by 80% - More DIY How To Projects]]> bhvm I have this Lil' Scooter named Honda Activa.And like most other 2 wheelers, It has so called "Headlights" that are dim as candles.Stay with me and you'll learn how its easy to make them very bright and for not much. The culprit Most of the people might be thinking that the weak link for poor illu...
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Sat, 13 Dec 2014 20:48:16 PST
Headlight replacment for cb125e
Headlight replacment for cb125e - More DIY How To Projects]]> ekuan Hi Guys, This instructable will be on how to replace the headlight of a Honda 2012 cb125e motorbike with a luxeon star 7 LED light. The oem headlight for this particular bike leaves much to be desired as it only has a 35/35W halogen globe. The reason that i took on this project was because: 1. I w...
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Tue, 21 Jan 2014 09:16:18 PST
Motorcycle After Market LED Lighting and accessory sockets.
Motorcycle After Market LED Lighting and accessory sockets. - More DIY How To Projects]]> kennmcook I bought my bike this last summer and during the down season I am modifying my Honda CBR600F4i to my taste. Some of the mods are purely cosmetic and some are functional. All of or almost all of the performance mods have already been done. I also had to fix a modification done by a previous owner,...
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Mon, 25 Nov 2013 10:36:33 PST
Cute little desklamp made from scrap Fullmetal, Steampunk Falkenberg Hi there, So here´s another little fullmetal lamp i´ve made from scrap. -The stand is an old heater valve handle - the tube is an leftover piece of copper tube from an cargas system wich i bend in this position, it´s brazed to the stand an an old wheelnut of an vintage mini cooper wich is is braze...
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Sat, 16 Mar 2013 05:53:18 PDT
Integrated LED Foot Peg Signals
Integrated LED Foot Peg Signals - More DIY How To Projects]]> spizzak These signals are a great way to make yourself more visible on a motorcycle, lighten the load on your charging system, and as a bonus they look pretty cool too! These signals are made using orange super bright LEDs that are inserted into the passenger peg hangers on my SV650. I did this mod on my la...
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Mon, 13 Aug 2012 17:57:21 PDT
Adding additional lighting to your motorcycle with LED's moddy Though there is a lot involved in wiring as a general rule, it can be very rewarding to accomplish. Additionally, this would be a great project to start. It is straight forward because the two items that are being wired, an amber strip for turn signals and a red running light, need 12 volts and ther...
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Tue, 12 Jun 2012 14:10:30 PDT
Motorized Bicycle DIY: The hard way
Motorized Bicycle DIY: The hard way - More DIY How To Projects]]> bogyman57 Squishing a Honda GXH50 into a Huffy 24" boy's Cranbrook Cruiser Bicycle. 170 MPG - Really? Short answer: NO - not for me, I drive full throttle almost all the time (30 mph), and I'm getting 110-130 mpg (depending on the wind) Long answer: YES - if you're just going for a leisurely putt around tow...
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Sun, 1 Apr 2012 23:11:53 PDT
Vintage Motorcycle LED Conversion
Vintage Motorcycle LED Conversion - More DIY How To Projects]]> hendersonn I wanted to convert my 1974 motorcycle lighting from the increasingly rare 6 volt system to an all LED system. This article focuses on the turn signals. **NOTE** Some may notice I neglected to include a resister. I had plan to place it elsewhere in the harness, but I may just integrate it into the ...
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Mon, 10 Oct 2011 22:24:27 PDT
Twin High-Power LED Motorcycle Headlights
Twin High-Power LED Motorcycle Headlights - More DIY How To Projects]]> jmengel This guide shows you one way to make a pair of high powered LED headlights for your chopper, hog, crotch-rocket, cruiser, scoot, or just plain motorcycle.  The design uses readily available copper fittings for the housing and some bronze threaded rod for the mounting.  Each motorcycle install may b...
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Sat, 10 Sep 2011 13:19:33 PDT
LED Instrument Light Conversion
LED Instrument Light Conversion - More DIY How To Projects]]> WiredWebbo101 I bought a cheap motorcycle for temporary transport use and ultimately to be the subject of a full electric conversion later in the year. The indicator light telltales on the instrument cluster are impossible to see in the harsh African winter sun. I decided to try a conversion to LED and am extreme...
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Thu, 14 Jul 2011 14:46:14 PDT
Insturment Panel LED bulb retrofit
Insturment Panel LED bulb retrofit - More DIY How To Projects]]> Reble_45 So here's the back story. I have a a 1995 Triumph Speed Triple, and the gauge cluster bulbs had burned out. These are not fun to get to and I figured, if these are the original bulbs, and have lasted this long, great, but they were never very bright for one, and for two some of them are on nearly al...
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Sun, 20 Mar 2011 19:33:13 PDT
Build an Electric Motorcycle on a budget
Build an Electric Motorcycle on a budget - More DIY How To Projects]]> JoeMurphy The Goal of this project was to convert a classic motorcycle into a clean, quiet, electric daily driver that would reduce the amount of automobile pollution caused by my short to mid-range driving trips. COST: $1,000RANGE: 40 MilesSPEED: 40mph with current sprocket setupCURB WEIGHT: 320ish Pounds, a...
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Sat, 9 May 2009 22:04:38 PDT
Givi Motorcycle Trunk LED Mod
Givi Motorcycle Trunk LED Mod - More DIY How To Projects]]> scd My motorcycle has a Givi model E52 trunk that has integral brake lights to augment the bike's existing brake lights. The E52 uses 12 incandescent bulbs that take quite a bit of power (on the order of 10 to 15 Amps). By replacing these incandescent bulbs with LEDs I was able to reduce the current ...
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Sat, 2 May 2009 21:06:38 PDT
LED Flasher (automotive or motorcycle)
LED Flasher (automotive or motorcycle) - More DIY How To Projects]]> scd I replaced the incandescent turn-signal bulbs in my Kawasaki Concours motorcycle with LEDs because 1) they brighter 2) they last longer and 3) they require less current than incandescent bulbs. Because they require less current, the standard flasher unit (the little box that makes your turn sign...
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Mon, 20 Apr 2009 00:48:49 PDT
Motorcycle LED Tail Light
Motorcycle LED Tail Light - More DIY How To Projects]]> jammin0 If you've been thinking about building an LED tail light for your motorcycle - or any other vehicle - then you need to read this guide. Why? If you're trying to figure out how to do it than you probably have already figured out that LEDs are super bright, turn on and off way faster than incandescen...
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Tue, 10 Mar 2009 21:02:01 PDT
48V Electric Flat Tracker
48V Electric Flat Tracker - More DIY How To Projects]]> Radioactive_Legos About a year ago, my dad and I had the idea to convert a beach cruiser bike into an electric motorcycle. We purchased the bike and all the parts necessary and got to work. We modified the frame and rebuilt the bike from the ground up. When we finished, we were extremely satisfied with the results...
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Sun, 4 Jan 2009 17:12:39 PST
LED Motorcycle Headlight
LED Motorcycle Headlight - More DIY How To Projects]]> CaptainSlug In order to reduce the power consumption of the lighting system of my electric vehicle, I took it upon myself to change all of the lighting to LEDs. When it came to replacing the incandescent 18 watt 310 lumen headlight bulb, none of the drop-in LED replacement bulbs looked good to me. Also none of ...
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Tue, 23 Dec 2008 09:14:35 PST