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AdMore Lighting High Output LED Kit For Givi E55 Topcase
This LED light kit has been custom designed to fit the Givi E55 top case and contains two high-intensity LED arrays that fit perfectly in the stock light cutouts without modification. Each LED array is equipped with 3mm high-powered bi-color (Red/Amber) LEDs. The mini controller embedded in the power harness allows you to connect the light kit to your stock tail/brake lights and turn signals. The case lights are always on when riding and brighten to high intensity when the brakes are applied. The right or left side of the case lights flash amber with your turn signals. As an added feature, the LED arrays are programmed to quickly modulate or flash several times when the brakes are applied to alert drivers that you are braking.
(2) High intensity bi-color LED arrays
(1) Mini controller with turn signal functionality embedded in the power harness
Wiring with weatherproof quick-disconnect connectors
Lights up nice and bright.
A little difficult to install but worth it in brightness and visibility.
March 3, 2015
My 2nd set - replaced first set after I broke connector
The Admore lighting for the Givi Maxia e55 trunk are the best out there. I love the flashing stop light, turn signals, 4 ways, and regular running lights. Makes the back of my Concours 14 more visible to drivers. My reason for buying the 2nd set of Admore lights, is I broke the first set's connector, coming out of the bottom of my box. I put my hole in the bottom of the trunk, and while it lines up nicely for the wire coming up from the bike, when I had the trunk off, and laid it on its side in the bed of my truck, the plastic connector broke. I would highly recommend that if you install this, don't put your hole on the bottom of the box (bottom referring to the side that is down when you have the box laid down, to open). I would recommend coming through the side, or the back of the box. Other than that, I love the product .... although it is pricey for what it is.
I've posted a video of my bike, and shows the truck and Admore lighting.
March 2, 2015
I had my shop install the Admore lights on my Givi E55. Great functionality Im pretty sure I'm safer with the additional visibility at driver eye level
November 27, 2014
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Michael S: Because it has ALL the lighting options and brighter LEDs!Mar 22, 2015
Jeff A: Wanted more visibility for safety.Mar 13, 2015
esther p: Great lighting for significantly increased safety.Mar 11, 2015
Clifford C: I had this same kit in my Givi e55 trunk and liked the additional lighting, with both turn signals and brake lighting, as well as running lighting. I had damaged the connector coming out of my Givi trunk, and is the reason for purchasing another set. Be careful as the pin feeds are not overly well protected.Feb 7, 2015
A shopper asked:What is the method of the wiring connection between the motorcycle and the top case. Is it similar to the connection pads on the standard Givi setup or is just a couple of loose wires coming out of the bike connectining to the box?Nov 8, 2014
christopher g asked:Can you tie this AdMore product directly into the brake/turn light electrical system on a newer BMW that uses the CANbus system. I had hyperlites installed by the dealer secondary to the fact they told me that if you integrate it directly into the brake line it wreaks havoc with the electrical communication systems on the bike. Can you please advise if this is the same with the AdMore lights? If so looks like I'll have to get the dealer to install, but if not I'll just splice into the lines myself. Thanks for the help.Jan 17, 2015