So people have different styles. People appreciate different things. Many of my friends do not appreciate purple neon under cars, but some do. I happen to love it. As long as I have had my scooter I have wanted to get some purple neon under her. Get that glow… I figure you, dear reader, are having one of three reactions right now.
A. Get out! That looks ridiculous! Really now, that just looks childish/juvenile/ghetto (and not in a good way)/ trashy (not in a good way)
B. I can see how you might like it, but it’s not for me.
C. Awesome!!! How can I do it? And is there any way to put hydraulics on it while we’re at it?
If you responded A or B, then just come back tomorrow for a post on a different topic. If you answered C, you are in luck! Well, except for the hydraulics part.
I bought a kit (http://www.streetfxseries.com/pc/viewPrd.asp?idcategory=8&idproduct=74) from my local store (http://www.ironpony.com/) and, with a little help, proceeded to install the 2 light strips and 2 of the 6 light pods. I’m having trouble getting the photos to come out, so photos and detail instructions are coming soon in another post.
Estimated time to do this job: about 2 hours to install, another 1/2 hour to check. this is with 2 people. with only one it will be slower.
Tools needed besides the kit: screw drivers, extra screws (kit only came with 4), zipties (kit only came with one), electrical tape
Be prepared to: get on the floor to reach under the scooter, access your battery