Had to install this light on the bottom of the license plate because of the existing reflectors, but that was fine with me. Installation was not hard, and I wired to the existing brake light wires. Took an extra pair of hands from my wife to hold wires etc., as I was working with very little space when it came to the wire tapping. The brightness of it in the day was a little less than I expected, but at night it is well worth the extra visibility. (Posted on 5/16/12)
My bike needed just this light for extra visibility, since there was no other location to put a priority brake light. I agree with Michael that the wires exit the unit too high, but I drilled a small half-hole in the plate and mount and threaded the wires up. Very brilliant light, works as advertised! Thanks. (Posted on 1/2/12)
Since 20% of motorcycle accidents involve getting hit from the rear by a car, I've had these behind safety gadgets on several motorcycles I've owned. I also have that wide Aerostich reflective tape on the back of my helmet for night riding. Ain' no such thing as being TOO safe, right?! (Posted on 12/27/11)
installed on a triumph sprint st, just for extra rear light.
Easy to install. I also added the combination light that has a running light, brake and indicators. now its on that was overkill The stopper only would have been enough.
Wiring for both needs care and attention to install.
A install kit using the Triumph wiring fittings would be worth having (Posted on 12/5/11)
When I hooked it up to power it was brilliant, but when I started looking at license plate and bracket on 2000 FXDC Harley, It would not fit without major drilling and messing with the flow of the fender. (Posted on 12/1/11)
had one on my old urban-warrior XL600 for over 2 years now. still working great, still shows up nicely even in El Paso sun, despite many hours of commuting, living outside uncovered during monsoon season, and 2 getoffs in the dirt. will be buying more for my other bikes! for $28, it's great life insurance. (Posted on 9/27/11)
I have had this light on 4 bikes so far. Had on person tell me that I had disappeared in the sunlight at an intersection...all he saw was this brake light...couldn't even see the stoplight where I was stopped. Prevented a crash, it did. I now use two of them. (Posted on 6/30/11)