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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Feb 21st, 2010, 1:27 pm Thread Starter
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Rear Brake Light

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I have recently replaced my stock headlight with a HID and a set of PIAAs. For safety reasons I would also like a more visible rear light. I was intending to purchase the Brake! Light from Pirates Lair but I see they are not selling them anymore.

Can anyone recommend something suitable?

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this seems like the most economical and seems to offer alot more visability than just changing the brakelight.

http://pirateslair.net/LiteBuddy.htm
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My P3 Lights are very bright, and can easily be programmed for various flashing sequences:


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Hi all

I have recently replaced my stock headlight with a HID and a set of PIAAs. For safety reasons I would also like a more visible rear light. I was intending to purchase the Brake! Light from Pirates Lair but I see they are not selling them anymore.

Can anyone recommend something suitable?

Thanks
I have the led brake strobe and it works great...Pirate should be willing to tell you a vendor or the manufacture...I just cant remember who it was....I do have the box in the basement some where..
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I installed a set of "lite-buddys" along with their "stop alert flasher". Worked great and it does not foul up the cruise control or ABC systems.

http://www.run-n-lites.com/products.asp

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These guys got a few: Sierra BMW Online - LED brake lights

I'm using the first one in the set (Can-Bus one). and they used to call it a "Patrol Light." You may need to drill a large 3/4" hole under the plate if you want to run the wiring as I did. You can seal it up with silicon.


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