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Auxiliary/fog/daytime running lights

Discussion in 'Biker's Cafe' started by Scuzi, Jul 29, 2018.

  1. Kreeeee

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    I'm just not sure why you tagged me :p
     
  2. skyripper

    Wise Guy

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    Cos I'm an idiot. Hopefully a mod will swing by and clean this up :)
     
  3. Fireskull

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    Haha no thats another forum member IIRC, saying that I found the other day some bullet lights that I was sent when he started out? will get round to fitting them to something eventually :D
     
  4. skyripper

    Wise Guy

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    You're right. It's fluke.
    I'm a double-idiot.
     
  5. Fireskull

    Sgarrista

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    That's the one @Flukester, not a name we see around here anymore!
     
  6. Luke

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    I had no idea that was run from Flukester, I've bought from them several times!
     
  7. EVH

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    How do you find the Neotec 2? I saw it in the local bike shop when I took mine in for a service and fell in love with the navy blue.
     
  8. Scuzi

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    Love it. I went into Infinity completely against getting a Shoei as I’ve always had an irrational dislike of the brand. I was set on a Schuberth C4 or E1 but they just didn’t fit my head. The Neotec was a perfect fit and having done a couple of thousand miles I’m really happy with it. It’s also quieter and more stable than my previous Schuberth S2
     
  9. mattcrane

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    I have been using the Neotec2/SRL for a few months now and am certain that its the best helmet I have had in 30years of riding :)

    I just hope they will bring out an adventure version at some point.
     
  10. bcjames

    Soldato

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    Going back to lights for a moment... what’s the legality/requirement for adding these kinds of lights?

    My commuting bike only has a single headlight, so I’d like to add two smaller drl type lights to make a triangle.

    Can I wire them to come on with the ignition, or do they need to do anything else?
     
  11. tom_e

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    No rules covering them that I'm aware of just angle them not to blind everyone, wiring them to come on with the ignition is fine.