Yamaha VMAX LED Taillight Conversion Kit
The VMAX kit requires a permanent modification to the stamped aluminum under-frame to be able to mount the bracket. The bracket can accept several of the taillights, as shown in the images above, and availble as a purchase choice in the menu. The bracket that currently ships with the kit is a sand-blasted matte stainless steel version. It's great left as-is, or sprayed with either a clear or matte-black. If you choose to spray it, be sure to clean off the fine mill dust with a solvent for proper coating adhesion. [Download/preview VMAX Installation instructions here . . .]
About the images:
The Yellow VMAX belongs to Jim Horrocks, Allentown, PA, who was kind enough to let us use bike for initial install. The Red VMAV is from Alabama, just before a cross-country trip. The image on the far-right with the long license plate belongs to a customer from New Zealand.
Yamaha V-Star 650-1100 Custom LED Taillight Conversion Kit
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