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Q: The price for these modules is $2.99 when I choose the qty and colors, but when I come to the shopping cart they are $9.99... What is the price of these? - by Alex (Quebec)
A: They are 9.99. The lower price is a large quantity discount price.
Q: What size wire leads (gauge) come with the modules. I need to know so I can order the correct connectors. You should also add this info to the specs page. - by Chuck (Destrehan la )
A: 20 gauge.
A: The amber is bright enough to see in the daytime but of course better at night.
Q: are the cool white 5000k or 6000k?
A: Cool White: 9000k
Q: I bought a set of LEDs to use for rear tail/brake light ...the hand & foot brake flashes correctly but the rear/tail light does not stay on with the bike is on and running, what do I need to get? - by Joshua (Oklahoma City, ok)
A: I would suggest checking your wiring. If wired to the tail light it should stay on. If you have further questions please contact Customer Service at 800-245-8131 or cs@oznium.com.
Q: Hello... I saw a guy on youtube hook these up on the rear of his motorcycle running as;
running light, brake light and blinker. Is this possible? He mentioned a switchbox of sorts...do you know what he meant? and do you sell those? - by Andy (Saint Johns, Fl)
A: You could do it with this method:
Q: Are the straight led modules flexible, can they be attached to a slight curve?
- by Rana (United States)
A: Sorry, they are not flexible.
Q: Hiya - I'm looking for a unit for the rear of my bike that will replace the existing brake/tail lights. Will these do the combined task ie. will they grow brighter when the brake is activated or do I need one unit for each task - will the unit actually be be brighter for the brake than the tail? - by David (United Kingdom)
A: They will not get brighter by themselves, they will be as bright as they are. One unit for each task would be better, they will be the same brightness.
Q: I would like to mount 4 strips on my rear fender to replace my tail light. Is it as simple as just splicing all 4 together so it's a single connection? - by Dan (Winnipeg, Canada )
A: Yes
Q: I have seen a few bikes out there with the rims lit up. Is this done with 1 led and reflective tape on the rim? - by jeff
A: Best option is a strip mounted to the frame by the rims with the light shining onto the rims.
Q: the wires are both black, but one has a silver wire and the other is copper in color. Which one is the positive? - by Daniel (Kodiak, AK)
A: Try it one way. If it works, great! If it doesn't work, flip the wires around and it will work.
Q: Can I hook these up to another led kit that I already have on my bike and use my remote that i have now?
A: Yes
Q: How long is the wire coming from the unit? - by Erica (Virginia Beach)
A: About 18-inches.
Q: Can they be used as a brake light? will it dim?
A: Yes and yes.
Q: I'm not quite sure how to say this; you made it etxremely easy for me!
A: Yay!
Q: What kind of distance is put out with the LED driving lights you mention and can you show a picture of those? - by Tim (Billings, MT.)
A: I'm sorry, but we don't have any way to measure how far light can travel. https://www.oznium.com/product_photos/large/4507.jpg
Q: Can any of your LED lights be positioned and operate as turn signals on motorcycles? If so, what is needed to make this a success? - by Cory (Louisiana. )
A: Absolutely! Many customers have successfully used these lights as motorcycle turn signals, and I encourage you to do the same :)

It is pretty much as simple as hooking the wires up to your existing turn signal lights / wires.
Q: I need a bright red, but your picture shows it to be more orange. Which is it?
A: The red is red.
Q: Can the wire be brought out the back instead of the side so that it won't show?
Also, do you have a connector for hooking up four of these in parallel?
A: Sorry, this is how we sell them. We don't have any other models. No, no connector either.
Q: If installed DIRECTLY to battery, do you have to install a switch or will they only turn on when the bike is on?
A: They will only be on when the bike is on and power it to them, you can also install a switch.