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You can get 6.6 feet of LEDs, a controller and battery box for 10 bucks on ebay already put together.
So anywho. Haha😂😂
Do you take it off any sweet jumps?
Lol, now I have to go watch that!
Does saying “any hoo” make the lights brighter?
How do you Power the lights? Do they come in any other color
Cost of led
yes, I also have batteary under the saddle, I use Lipo 11,1v lipo 5000mah so it shines really long before I have to recharge.
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Really easy bro
What is the run time for 9v battery?
How to care my cycle
“You can look that up on RU-clip how to do that. That’s what I did.” Isn’t that what I’m doing by watching your video? Thought so anywho.
Moosey1789 listen here ol son, I could have went through how to solder the led’s, but really that would of needed to be an additional video.
battery kha ha
Started up in NZ
how long it takes? before the 9volts batery emty?
so what you are saying is from 2013 they are working completely fine...and how much for those lights?
are they waterproof ?
completely if you seal your ends. when was this, 2013? i still have this bike, the lights still work and it sits outside.
my lights are ac.how can you wire them dc??
Thanks for mentioning the price range. Other LED-bike videos leave that info out for some reason. I guess they have all graduated college and are making 6-7 figures working in pie & pillow factories. $20 bucks aint bad. I think I'm going to surprise my kids with this on their bikes.Have you had any problems with damaging any LEDs on a bike rack on your vehicle?
what is it powered by
IF you see this comment and notice my profile pic know that I was one of the originators of LED's on my bike to make it safer for me to ride my bike at night in socal. My bike now does animations including lightning, fire, water and sparkling effects (just to name a few). I also make LED costumes like in my profile pic. If anyone need advice to make their own feel free to hit me up on my youtube page. What makes me different from the rest....well.....I can tell you how to do it WITHOUT killing yourself or your wallet! Remember people, LED strips has an electrical current going through them. Voltage from the LED strips + riding on a Metal Frame (especially in the rain) = serious injuries or maybe even DEATH if not done correctly. It only take 50ma for your heart to stop. And there are 1000ma in just 1 volt/watt! These strips take anywhere from 5v (5000ma) to 12v (12,000ma).
as long as you are not at 60hz, you will never die from lower voltage. ac 120 = 60hz. - same as your heart. if it goes across your heart, can definitely kill. - mechanical engineer.
Odessa? that's where I'm from!
link for those lights?
well like how does the lights get inside the rope?
Brandon the Man
any who INTENSIFIES
lookem up on youtube? What the hell is youtube?
What brand is that bike
It's a Fuji Odessa, solid bike, I pulled one out of the dump
I'm doing that to a 2015 mongoose it has car size tires should I do it
I'm afraid that the tires will get the lights
how long does the 9v last on it?
+MrRrleonc689 long time. watch the 12 volt version, even brighter and longer lasting
and what kind of switch it???
ohhh thank you a will do it on summer,and what king of led strip lights????
how many 9volts battery in the bike.....please answer my question faster please???????
+Jonathan Papa there is one. i also have since converted it over to 12 volt on a switch which is much brighter
can a 9v battery withstand this?
+Ananthakrishnan Kg it did very well, i just switched it over to twelve volt this year. ill post up the video material of it soon.
those do work very good, i baught kinda same lights but ones i baught look like them but theres 2 on a single pack at walmart ,, there auto accent lights, mine are ultra bright so 2x brighter then those ones, but those are good to, i baught red due to having a red and white bike, i like them and so many people a ride by love them, ,,,,, do you have a toggle switch on yours? so you can turn it on or off easier with out undoing the battery?
shows up in the dark real nice on the video...
Sorry to hear it was stolen man. Cool project though!
+nightterror007 In Toronto, junkies would steal anything on two wheels because they're easy to grab and they get the same rate from the dealers they supply. Besides, anything that rides isn't really shit.
+it's_ lewis who would steal an El Camino? But people do it because they are scumbags and feel like it.
Any Who !
im happy this can be used with only a 9v! now can a on/off switch be added to this as well ? or even a remote? i am making a large framed picture project and wanna use these lights without a bulky power supply. im prob gonna use about or lees then what you have on the bike but i would need to separate it in say 2/3 different locations on the frame
aww that sux
ha, the bike got stolen from ISU campus. . .
yeh looks easy enough im just glad these can run on batteries ...bike looks cool btw you should do the tires as well
im sure you could figure out a remote. I just disconnect the snap to the bat when I want to shut it off. you could wire in a two pronged switch if you liked
how do you wire that to 9v battery?
+snazzypants57 simply positive wire to positive on battery and negative to negative on battery
Fuck u ,can u please talk a little bit like a man ? Can ? Moron
The idea of SMD LED strip on a bicycle of urs looks very cool..., I wanted to know, did u connect the led strips directly to a 9V battery..., are those 12V led...? will that be okay to run 12V led strip by a 9V battery? If at all two 9v are in series+= 18V.., and to run a 12V i will have to add a resistor... I want to try out ur project if u can help me out with my query... great job by the way....
That all you got lol come and add me on Facebook and see my bike pictures irfan Mizraim bheenick there are are two boys sitting
Check out the video I have on my channel. I did a video of my firefighter bike, which has blue LED light strips on. I like your video!
So... Any hoo
ElectronicPleasure a loose
Every year i do this also
Holy shit dude!!! Your bike named like my hometown!! Go Odessa!!! Ukrainian one, not bloody Texas :)
@Anton MyroshnychenkoI'm from Texas, not from Odessa. Us Texans like making a point to talk well of Texas when we can. It's not such a "bloody" state though. I've run into one or two Russians in the part I'm from.
@Skeeter66 always wanted to go there. DO you have lots of russian imigrants from USSR?How big is your city/town or whatever you call it? :)
Hello from Texas with
Is this nicholas cage?
Sounds like Nicholas Cage to me as well. Then again I don't follow bouncy ball.
nicolas cage or napolean dynamite
Fuck u moron,it is lebron james
You sounded like napoleon dynamite..
Hi, nice, two questions though:How long do they last on 9V battery ? (approx. in hours?), and how did you solve the problem of on/off switch?Thanks.
they last quite awhile, in this volume not as long though. I just got a 9 volt connecter from radioshack for 50 cents and just unplug it when I want it off. if someone wanted an on off switch, that could be easily routed.
That will soon be illegal to be used on the roads of UK. This country is a fucking joke just to get money from you by giving you fines >.>
I hear ya Charlie. Do-gooders are the worst. In the US I'm just worried about a crack head shooting me over $20 worth of LED lights on a bike. lol That's why I carry my little pistol even when I ride a bike. Crack heads and big vicious dogs. So far I haven't had to shoot anyone in the last 17 years. Maybe I can make it 100 more years.
Good job, bro. Looks killer!
I used 2 9volts and mine r bright
Nice.. Good job... I like how is so neat n clean
Any who. LOL. Nice vid.
@SirThunderPants Thank you so much for that explanation! For what I'm doing I'm pretty sure that a 9V battery should work.
I got this from a website that sells the LED strops. "Each segment of 3 LEDs draws approximately 20 milliAmperes from a 12V supply, per string of LEDs. So for each segment, there is a maximum 20mA draw from the red LEDs, 20mA draw from the green and 20mA from the blue. If you have the LED strip on full white (all LEDs lit) that would be 60mA per segment.To find the total maximum current draw per meter, we would multiply 60mA x 10 (ten segments per meter for the 30/LED per meter strip) = 0.6 Amps per meter OR 60mA x 20 (twenty segments per meter for the 60/LED per meter strip) = 1.2 Amps per meter. Again, that's assuming you would have all the LEDs on at once and that you are powering it from 12V. If you're going to be PWM-fading between colors, maybe 1/2 of that is what you'll be drawing. Still, you do need to have a fairly decent power supply to run this strip, all those LEDs add up!"
@ThunderHead289 about how long did it run off of a 9V battery? I've been trying to figure out how to power a strip of lights that will be attached to a prop. It will need to be powered all day. Everyone keeps saying I need to use a lithium ion battery pack and supposedly it would only give me an hour of power.
it works really well and runs forever off a 9 volt. it would be crazy bright with 12 volts of juice!
Really liked your led idea. Going to try it on my bike. Thanks.
Very clean work!..looks great!