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GMAX GM54/GM67/GM78 LED Wireless Brake Light Kit

The GMax LED Wireless Brake Light Kit offers a visual enhancement to the rear of your GM54 / GM67 / GM78 helmet when the braking circuit is engaged on your motorcycle.

Features:

  • Wireless design
  • Multifunction LED displays the brake function
  • Integrated design
  • Transmitter powered by your motorcycles 12V power supply, while LED is powered by 2 AAA batteries
  • Not DOT approved
  • Not intended to replace your factory installed rear brake light on your motorcycle
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Great added visibility
When looking at the GMax 78 Helmet I thought it would be better to have the light working with the brakes. I felt like just having the light on, would increase visibility, but could be potentially distracting and people might then ignore the actual brake light, so this added some peace of mind for me.

It was very easy to install on my GS500 by simply popping off the seat. I tried to find a wiring diagram to tell me which wire was which (+/-) I ended up unhooking a connector and using trial and error while sticking the wire ends of the transmitter into the female connections that lead back to the bike and tapping the brake to look for the light to come on.

I tucked the transmitter box beside the brake wires and it was able to slip it under a zip tie that held the brake wires close to the frame so it won't be knocking around when I'm riding.

During daytime it's not as noticeable but I think it is still an excellent improvement.
May 4, 2015
Ride:
1998 Suzuki GS500E
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Very easy installation
The vents next to the LED are tricky to get off. Unsnap them from the bottom, then the top, then slide away from the LED. The wiring clips for the transmitter work, but they're pretty cheap. Might be worth getting some decent ones from a hardware store. As long as you have a wiring diagram to determine which wires are positive and negative to the brake light, it's super easy to install.
September 5, 2014
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2000 Suzuki VS1400GL Intruder
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this is a nice little light add for Gmax helmets. I can't say what it will and wont fit in but it works with my G67 very well. the control module installed easily right off of the Break wiring. the light is a little weak in daylight but how much can you expect from a 2 AA cell battery.

The description says it doesn't come with a battery box for in the helmet but the package i received did in fact have a battery box so now I have 2. This is ok, the door is made of thin plastic.
March 16, 2016
Ride:
2007 Honda VT750DC Shadow Spirit
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Easy install and worked great, but stop working maybe batteries.
Easy to install, great idea worked great, but has stop working as a brake light might be batteries haven't had time to check. transmitter does interfere with my garage door opener, but not really a problem.
November 28, 2015
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works well
works as advertised. but some helmets come with the light and you have to buy the rf unit. the price is kind of high for something like this. but for the safety aspect, it cant be beat
September 14, 2015
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Cool product
I have not used this on the road yet but I'm looking forward to the added safety it will provide this riding season. My husband and my father-in-law also bought one each for their Victory's. We have tested them and are pleased with how they work. Installation into the helmet was easy. The bike a bit more complex for my Harley.
April 16, 2013
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It's ok.
I purchased the GMAX GM78 Firestarter helmet and this light kit at the same time.

I was a bit nervous to start tearing into a brand new helmet to install the kit, but I took my time and used care not to damage anything while installing the kit.

Installation wasn't difficult. Took me about an hour from start to finish.

It's been working flawlessly for about 3 weeks with no issues. My only complaint is with the clips that hold the clear plastic light cover on; they don't really snap too firmly in place. It's never come loose, but I still don't trust it.
January 28, 2013
Ride:
2009 Yamaha FZ6R
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I wont to be seen
jeff t on Sep 7, 2016
own the helmet, might as well take full advantage of its features.
Joseph P on Jul 25, 2016
I wont to be seen
jeff t on Sep 7, 2016
Parts
Cleve M on Aug 12, 2016
own the helmet, might as well take full advantage of its features.
Joseph P on Jul 25, 2016
Upgrade the light in the GM54S Derk helmet
Shawn C on Jun 30, 2016
Live in northern state, want every advantage in low light.
Charles B on May 31, 2016
Looking for an additional safety feature to help other drivers to identify me on my bike.
M A on May 27, 2016
like the idea of high up brake light.
Henry P on Apr 29, 2016
whats with all the questions? who are you? who do you really work for? I refuse to answer any more questions without my lawyer present.
I N on Mar 16, 2016
I think that this idea is awesome
William V on Dec 20, 2015
Liked the idea of a flashing light and brake light on my helmet for safety
Stephen M on Jul 20, 2015
It was too hard to pass on the cool factor to go with the new GM78 helmet I ordered.
Robert M on Apr 25, 2015
For extra visibility for my wife on her scooter.
Matthew H on Mar 4, 2015
Love the Helmet that this works on, and the fact that this adds visibility to me. I also like the fact that the light can be activated when brakes are applied. Ride Safe, Arrive Alive!!
Gilbert M on Sep 4, 2014
safety conscious older biker
Kevin H on Jun 12, 2014
I think this is an awesome idea to make my wife and I better seen and more safe.
Timothy B on Mar 22, 2014
See above
William R on Nov 28, 2013
Parts
Cleve M on Aug 12, 2016
Upgrade the light in the GM54S Derk helmet
Shawn C on Jun 30, 2016
Hi, does anyone know if you can have two transmitters and pair it to one helmet light? In other words, if I have two bikes, can I put a different transmitter in each bike but only use one helmet and light for both bikes? Thanks!
Al K on Mar 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Based on the pairing instructions I found on YouTube, I don't think so. ("How to pair the Gmax Brake Light Kit")

But keep in mind that the LED light is not very visible during the day anyway. And if you want to switch bikes, it's a simple process to pair the light kit with the other transmitter.
do you also have to buy the gmax gm67 battery case for this to work?
A shopper on Nov 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello,

It all comes as one kit but NO you do not have to buy the battery case extra. The battery case you have in your helmet when you bought it has a white quick disconnect on it that when you unscrew the tiny screw on the top of the helmet and pull the battery pack out there is a white clip the wires connect to. It just pulls apart. there will be a white clip on the black n red wire also. Pull it out with the light then feed the new light wire in through the back of the helmet you then can plug the battery case into the brake light.
Hope this help you out.
where exactly do you place this at?
A shopper on Dec 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The LED replaces the one that comes in the helmet. It adds an extra button press for brake light. The transmitter splices into the two wires that go to the brake light bulb/filament. (A schematic is handy.) The module is the size of a large relay, and it can go anywhere it'll fit. There was room under my pillion seat for mine, with easy access to the brake light wiring there. But I'm sure you could add length to the wires and put the transmitter somewhere else.
So where exactly does this go?
A shopper on Dec 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: See my other reply above.