E51 Knightrider led strip

Karl

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#65
You are not obligated to do so, there are ways of getting pictures onto the forum without paying a bean, it's just easier. And we all know that we like to do whatever we can for an easier life :joy:
 

Whotsit

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#73
I don't understand what you mean by "curt"?!
On line meaning is:-

curt
kəːt/Submit
adjective
rudely brief.
"his reply was curt"
synonyms: terse, brusque, abrupt, clipped, blunt, short, monosyllabic, summary, snappy, snappish, sharp, crisp, tart.

Or just plain bloody rude!
 

Declan Cullinan

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#78
well there's the photos of the wiring, connected straight to the battery with an inline fuse. 3m sticky tape on the back of the led strip and a cable tie either end, they were a bit of a pain to do without taking the grill off, but i managed it!
 

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Brendan1969

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#80
well there's the photos of the wiring, connected straight to the battery with an inline fuse. 3m sticky tape on the back of the led strip and a cable tie either end, they were a bit of a pain to do without taking the grill off, but i managed it!
That's how I intend to fit mine too as its controlled by the little remote and can be turned off so it wont be using any battery power in off mode. As mine is a Rider model I plan to mount mine at the bottom area of my front grill for best effect and just like " KITTS " was.