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Old 01-21-2010, 08:14 PM
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Has anyone tried a led tail light on there zx? If so where did you get it? any pics?
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yup... grab a 7 bar from a auto parts store and wire it in... I used a trailer "flat 4" wiring harness because it was easy to wire and cheap... get rid of the stock connector as you will never find another connector to fit. Here is my custom gas rack with LED on it... Sorry pics aren't that clear. I may have a picture of the same rack on my Polaris (kept it and powder coated it to match my Doo).

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It looks good. Its small and out of the way.
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It looks good. Its small and out of the way.
Yup... the only issue I would say with having LED lights is that they don't put out enough heat to melt the snow when playing in pow all day... I wipe them off before heading down the trail at the end of the day but other than that I think they work great and way cleaner look than stock
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I find the heat off the tunnel exchanger melts all the snow on the light anyway.

Oh ya,...and get the larger light bar. Mine doesn't emit enough light.
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I find the heat off the tunnel exchanger melts all the snow on the light anyway.

Oh ya,...and get the larger light bar. Mine doesn't emit enough light.
Good call... you can grab ANY LED light and mount it... going with a bigger one... either double row of 7 lights or 15 lights straight across the back of a gas rack would be cool too and you would see it better... the only issue of mounting them on a seat is if you put your jerry can on the back of your tunnel, you block your light...
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