I purchased Brake Free (the guy was on Shark Tank) and mounted to the back of my bike box. It can also be put on the back of one’s helmet. I also purchased Smart Brake Module that wires directly into brake line. Both are GREAT devices and let people behind you know you are slowing down (engine braking) or increase the visibility when you do brake.I would like to make my bike more visble (day or night) from the rear. I just don't think the running brake light is bright enough and the reflectors are quite small.
I kinda made this into a GW Rebel, (many mods). I took these pics & hope the lights can be seen, I should've turned them on. I found the part# for the red LED, 70752. I also have 2 aux Pro Strobe LED headlights on the front attached on the windshield bolts. For the hazards, I made a plate under the Ignition switch with a push button on/off switch. I plan on putting a momentary switch for these next to the horn switch.
And Yes that is an Electroglide Ultra Classic touring seat, VLX Shadow sissy/luggage rack (brakets reversed to fit), & a Kawasaki 900 Vulcan windscreen by National Cycle. Total wet weight with saddlebags full, 400 lbs. 200 miles on the average day 2 up in comfort. People rarely "don't see" me.
Enjoy the ride. But Remember... You are invisible, treat all others accordingly.
I just took some pics with the lights on in the garage.
With the Headlamp on, the front lights appear dim. They are not. Like I said before, when the fuse holder for my headlight broke, I was able to drive with plenty of light to see at 65mph at night.The person behind me pulled off the same exit ramp & told me that the rear hazards were almost blinding.
Please see my latest post. I put pics with the lights on. I'm not too skilled yet with these forums. Please pardon my ineptitude.