100HD-MZ

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$84.95

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Newer BMWs with LED tail lights CAN-bus Z-version

100HD-MZ

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100HD-MZ

100HD-MZ100HD-MZ unit is designed to work with newer CAN-bus BMWs that have 2-wire LED tail lights.

Note! for LED taillights with 3-wires, use our T-50W tailBlazer. 

100HD-MZ has a built-in ballast to allow continuity during the flash mode. It has a low-side interrupt circuit to allow flashing of the LEDs. This makes it easy with just a single wire splice on the Ground wire of the bike. 

100HD-MZ can be installed in the tail section, under the seat.

When you apply the brakes the LEDs will modulate rapidly at first then slow down to a solid ON over a period of (4) seconds.


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WHAT DO THEY SEE?

As soon as you tap your brakes, drivers behind you will see a rapid flash of the brake lights. This sudden flashing invokes immediate attention.

WHAT WILL THEY THINK?

tailBlazer uses a flash pattern which decays exponentially - a well-recognized deceleration warning. The attention to the initial flashing now changes to a clear recognition that you're beginning to slow down!

Simply flashing brake lights or flashing them on & off will get the attention of drivers behind you, but it doesn't invoke anything else. Every split second of delay in their reaction reduces your safety margin.


The internal circuitry is controlled by a microprocessor, which allows precise flash patterns, overload detection
and reverse polarity protection. 
2-wire install
 

DIY

Installlation does not require any special tools. Everything needed to complete the job is in the product package.Follow the steps described here and refer to the Installation Manual enclosed in the product package. 


Click here for Installation Manual

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