Just as an FYI, we are aware of one customer who took a black felt marker and ran it over the flexible pcb (which is white) so that it didn’t show through the clear lens. Not critical to do this but if you’re really concerned with appearance, it’s an easy thing to do. Otherwise, the LEDs are definitely RED and the kit will look great in your V46 Tech case!
Perhaps most importantly, think about how much money you’ve spent on your bike to date. Compared to this total cost, purchasing one of our light kits is relatively inexpensive and it may be one of the most important purchases you can make to significantly increase your safety on the road (of course, our light kits will also make your bike or scooter look cool too!).
I installed the AdMore light kit (LEDV46-TM) for my V46 bag on my 2006 Suzuki DL1000. I do not get brake lights or running lights from the bag. I have checked the output from the brake and the running light wires using the ground wire to confirm continuity. At the contact point in the case I get only the brake light. Any suggestions where I should start to look?
On the Hex EzCan, the yellow wire, has only 2.8v constant without brakes applied and 12v only when the brakes are applied. The accessory stub connector, with the white wire provides switched power at 12v constant. You will need to us (2) ezCan stub connectors to make the AdMore LightBar function properly. The yellow ezCan wire for the brake light connects to the blue brake light AdMore wire, the white ezCan wire for accessories connects to the red 12v power AdMore wire
Progressive (or “Sequential”) turn signals simply means that when the turn signal is activated it flashes but it also flows in the direction of the turn (kind of like the old Thunderbirds or the new Mustangs). On the Premium light bar this feature can be turned off but we really don’t know of anyone that has turned this feature off – people love it!