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Kuryakyn Super Maximus Lizzard Light Kit on


Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States

Saint Petersburg, Florida, United States
Condition:New Brand:Kuryakyn Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:494790


Three modes of operation and seven different colors: single-color steady illumination; single-color flashing illumination with a variable flash rate; and paint mode - all lights, in unison, fade into and out of seven colors (red, lime, ice blue, sky blue, dark blue, purple and green)
You control the rate at which the lights flash or fade with included rheostat switch control
Engineered to draw minimal current
Up to 16 individual lights can be operated with one controller.

Super Lizard Lights Maximus kit includes eight seven-color Lizard Lights, controller, four "Y" connectors, four double male connectors, six double female connectors, six 9" extensions, two 12" extensions, two 18" extensions, alcohol pads, dielectric grease, cable ties and spare adhesive pads.

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