I have recently bought some 'custom' LED lights from autolumination.com
= I bought 3 'utility lights'
= & 7 light strips
= & one of these to hook them all up to the bike, hopefully . . .
I plan to put two of the utility lights near the engine, between the frame on both sides, so I can light up the engine in amber galor, and the third one underneith the seatcowl to light up the rear tire.
Four of the light strips inside the rear tire's swingarm, two on each side, for a good rim light-up. And two more on the front tire to light it up as well. The last one is just extra.
I've taken some entry level electronic classes in high school, but I dont know what too look foward to next.
What I am worried about is - will the power of the motorcycle battery overload the lights, and burn them out!
making the LED's dead and worthless.
So does anyone here know what I need so this doesnt happen. Like power regulators I should buy, switch relays, fuzes, PRODUCTS TO MOUNT THEM SECURELY to bike. . . ???