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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-04-2004, 06:28 AM Thread Starter
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VFX Integrator Kit

FINALLY THEY HAVE REALASED IT !!!

WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK?

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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-04-2004, 11:44 PM
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I like it! I just wished they kept the stock look for the Led's
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post #5 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-06-2004, 12:43 AM
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very nice, looks better then the UFO kit
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I like it !! anything that might help some cage on a cell phone see me stopped I will buy

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shit if they can't see that then they need to get there eyes check
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post #8 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-06-2004, 11:18 AM
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It looks good but, I think I like the UFO one better. They seem to have more options you can program in. This one may be brighter though. My wife thinks both of them are too ghetto
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the UFO is very nice but does look so bright? any input would be nice
one thing I don't like about the UFO is the running lights. doesn't look like you can see it.
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Yeah, I was just comparing the quicktimes of the two and they really don't show the UFO all together like it will be on the bike. I couldn't tell if they had the running lights on during the turn signal and brake light movies. It didn'tlook like it to me.
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Now that I'm looking closer, the VFX movie doesn't have the running lights on while the turn signals are going either.
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Does anyone know the site to the UFO integretor kit

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post #13 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-08-2004, 03:39 PM
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That is a sweet system. I just spoke with them and found out how it works. Most kits are "analog", but the VFX kit is based on a digital system. You just simply plug and play, and use your rear bake pedal to select the functions you want.

That is how they were able to get the amber lights to blink for making a turn and having the reds off on that side all the time while the blinker is going. One thing I do not like about the other kits is the blinker alternates between red/amber while it is flashing. I perfer the side blinking to just blink amber (with NO red at all while blinking) and the other half to be soild red for the brake.

I know it is more expensive but is IMO worth the money.

Besides I like the BLUE running lights

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That is a sweet system. I just spoke with them and found out how it works. Most kits are "analog", but the VFX kit is based on a digital system. You just simply plug and play, and use your rear bake pedal to select the functions you want.

That is how they were able to get the amber lights to blink for making a turn and having the reds off on that side all the time while the blinker is going. One thing I do not like about the other kits is the blinker alternates between red/amber while it is flashing. I perfer the side blinking to just blink amber (with NO red at all while blinking) and the other half to be soild red for the brake.

I know it is more expensive but is IMO worth the money.

Besides I like the BLUE running lights

now I just need to some up with the
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I ordered two units today for me and a friend of mine (plug and play version)!!

I think it looks trick and you can program it various signal and brake lighting styles.

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UFO KIT INFO

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I'll probably get the UFO kit. 160 compared to 260...

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I have the VFX kit on my "03 R1. I love it, and so doe eveyone else that sees it. I park the bike, turn it on, and walk away to watch the crowd gather. It's not too hard to install, they give you deatiled instructions with color photos. They even give you the cement and dremel wheel for the do-it-yourself kit. Definately worth the money. Just hit the hand or foot brake 3 times to change the patterns.AWESOME!

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post #20 of 20 (permalink) Old 10-08-2004, 09:29 PM
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Installed already and glad I waited...I'm sure the other taillights are nice, but this one is spectacular...

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