anyone know if the under glow neons are illegal for snowmobiles in ny state?
LOL!!! Like a car will see a several miliwatt LED when the driver can't see the 60 watt headlight...Empire087 said:They are legal in Michigan, at least I'm 99% sure. I'm sure led doc would know. Might need to shoot him a pm on some info. The other things that LEDs provide is visibility, now that car can see that sled much better or other riders can see them coming or stopped.
I have to agree with Polaris-man! I am fairly certain that even if they are legal there still a "man-law" against them. That's money and energy that can be better spent on keeping safe or avoiding mechanical issues. Just my $.02Polaris-Man said:Underglow = (R)
Spend your money on something more useful.
Sometimes you can find direct fit replacement bulbs that are LED, has about 10 or so LED's on it and 5 stay on all the time then when you brake the other 5 come on making it brighter. Seems the best option to me.Fuse600 said:i have a question. do you think hooking up red leds to the tail light would work on my fusion? would that work because the tail light is always on, it just gets brighter when the break goes on?
Run them normally, should work fine, i've done it before tapping into the headlights, the led's dim and brighten with the rpm so i would assume it would dim and brighten with the taillight, the led's won't last near as long but they last forever anyways so that won't matter much. All you can do is try it though. What you could also try is seeing if there is 2 wires one for constant on and another to boost the power to get brighter, if you want the led's to come on just when the brakes are on find the second and just tap into it.Fuse600 said:im talking about getting a whole set up and taping into my tail lights