Chico ,do you need that number in lumens or dull as a butter knife or bright as a flood light? 🤣
Bright enough...it's a smaller lens so not as many LEDs as the OEM, but they're probably just as bright. I'm thinking probably 3 watt a piece. I had it open to mess around a bit with some modifications and noted there is a pretty good cluster of lights on the board. It's positioned with maximum visibility in mind so hopefully will do the trick. Caution is not only prudent but paramount in this country; I keep the eyes on the back of my head wide open 🧐.Don, how bright is the brake light?
I too purchased a Booster Plug but from the manufacturer. I did this because on my Z900RS Cafe the throttle was snatchy. The booster plug took a lot of that away making riding that bike much improved (IMO). Unlike the Bobber, to remap the ECU it had to be sent away..something at the time I didn't want to do as I'm in Canada and sending it over the boarder during Covid seemed a bit risky to me! So when I got the Bobber and rode it found the low speed stuff was a bit like the Z at times. Figured the booster plug wouldn't hurt and if I didn't like it easy to remove back to stock...easy peasy. Well after installation I did notice an improvement in low speed maneuvers and ride-ability seems to have been a bit better. Night and day? NO but say 30% better in some situations and for me that was good for the price and installation time! If/when I change the exhaust and or do an intake mod, I would by the Auto Tune software and a bluetooth OBDII reader and remap but I don't feel at this stage that is worth the effort. Also newer bikes that are Euro 5 won't be able to be done so glad I have mine now that can be played with should I want to down the road.Fitted a booster plug.