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    Senior Member Boret's Avatar
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    I came across this Tail light from 12oclocklabs for $54.95







    I was wondering if anybody out there has tried it.

    It cost about the same as the Baja but I like the design a bit better.







    Based on the picture, do you guys think it will be feasible to install it?



    Thanks!

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    It's certainly feasible to install it. I've never tried that one, but I have tried the Baja, and it's very tough and reliable. I had one on a DRZ400s for about 5 years, under all conditions, including some hare scrambles and motocross races, and it was still going strong when I sold my bike a few months ago. That said, the one you're looking at has a much better coolness factor.

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    That's the DRC Edge 2 light. Member pgilles installed one on his TW. I agree that it is a good looking taillight. I think pgilles wrote a post on his install but I cant find it offhand.



    You might also want to check out Wheeling Cycle Supply, as they have a lot of DRC Electrical products and their customer service is top notch.
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    Thanks guys!

    I think I will go for it. It will give it a different look, plus with all the ice on the road I am still a few weeks away from ridding, so might as well get myself busy with little projects. Already replaced the clutch basket on the DL1000, regular maintenance on the R6s and a carburator cleaning and overhaul on a ninja 500... running out of winter projects!

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    You might want to check and see if it's DOT approved. If not and someone can't see you,and hits you, your insurance might not cover.

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    Boret, post some pictures of it when you get it on!
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    Yep, I have the same tail light. I can take some photos of how I did it, but they won't be up til tomorrow or so. I like it, but the only time I've looked at it was when I installed it. Every now and then I put my hand over the back of it to check if it still lights up. So far so good.
    Sold bike.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 805gregg View Post
    You might want to check and see if it's DOT approved. If not and someone can't see you,and hits you, your insurance might not cover.


    They have one that is not DOT approve, but I can't find any info on this one.



    Quote Originally Posted by sorethumb View Post
    Boret, post some pictures of it when you get it on!


    I will for sure.



    Quote Originally Posted by pgilles View Post
    Yep, I have the same tail light. I can take some photos of how I did it, but they won't be up til tomorrow or so. I like it, but the only time I've looked at it was when I installed it. Every now and then I put my hand over the back of it to check if it still lights up. So far so good.


    Did you get the red or the smoke? I can really tell much from the avatar pic. If you can post any pictures that would be great, thanks pgilles!

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    I really considered the smoke. I think it'd look good, but I opted for the red. My avatar still has the stock beaver tail on it.



    The DRC isn't big. It's about 4 inches wide, and 1.5 inches tall at its widest spot. Not sure how the Baja Designs measures out. I do kinda wish the DRC was a little bigger.
    Sold bike.



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