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Old 06-13-2012, 02:41 PM
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Default Gypsy's taillight on the devils ride

Im not looking opinions on the show. I just noticed on last nites show that his taillight is really bright! Seems way brighter then stock. Is this what brightass taillights look like? If so wow!
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alot depends on the camera/lens and processing used, if they are "lightening" the image so that the rider can be seen, then any lights will appear brighter than they would in "real life"

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I noticed that too. At first I thought he may have additional LED's shining on the down-turned pipes. Had to look at it twice to see that it was just the tail light.
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Yeah it lit up the road behind em!




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I noticed that too. At first I thought he may have additional LED's shining on the down-turned pipes. Had to look at it twice to see that it was just the tail light.
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Look for the new line of Laughing Devils accessories at a dealer near you!
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Look for the new line of Laughing Devils accessories at a dealer near you!
Ran smack into a display rack at CTHD ! Full of SOA crap lol
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SIN MOB LIGHTING.com
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Thats what it looks like on high setting. Then when you brake its brighter and what ever flash pattern you set it at.
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