Great safety add on and cool looking. after she seen it, I had to buy one for my wife's bike also.
if you have ever taken panels off, then I would say it will be very easy to install.Scott Stockstill
Jun 5th 2018
To me, the rear of the Spyder is not as well lit as the front. This rear light kit makes the bike a whole lot more visible from behind! Don't let $120.00 stand between you and the safety that this kit affords! It also has some pretty cool effects built in!
This kit was super easy to add onto bike.Allen Palmer
May 24th 2018
Light up the night
These leds were easy to install and makes my wife's ride easier to see. She feels safer havibg them on her bike and so do I.Unknown
May 23rd 2018
We found it easy to install and it works and looks great. Thanks Spyderpops!Unknown
May 21st 2018
Definitely seen at night !
Product was very easy to install , easy to follow step by step instructions with pictures. The plug and play wiring is fool proof ! Made it so much easier , I wish Spyderpops made products for my 2 wheeler ! Will be buying more products in the future !!Michael walker
Apr 11th 2018
Brake strobe lighting
Great product. Lights up the back of my wife's Spyder very well. Great company to do business with. No splicing of the wiring as required by other companies.mike sinnott
Apr 8th 2018
Easy to install, look and work great
I have little to no mechanical skills and anything electric makes me even more nervous couple that with the stress I feel at the thought of even taking off panels on my RTS.
So I decided to call around and get some prices on installing this and the prices were ridiculous.
That meant it was time to get over my fear of installing anything and removing panels. I started this project and 90 minutes later everything was installed, programmed, tested and working great. EAST EASY EASY to install. Spyderpops included awesome directions step by step with pics, I took my time and kept all the screws organized with each panel, hooked everything up and reinstalled the panels.
The hardest part of this was getting the brake lights back in (there is a tab at the bottom that I didn't see until after about 5 minutes of struggling with the lights). And the only other thing that threw me was the primer stick. Sounds stupid but I've never used one so I had no idea how to get the primer to come out (it's a small stick with no opening....). I ended up looking that up on youtube...yes there is a youtube video about how to get primer to come out of the stick. Probably be helpful for us non mechanical types if how to get the primer stick to work was included in the directions. It's simple, you snap it (bend in two - glass breaks inside) and out comes the primer.
So the jist is, this is a great product, the instructions are excellent, and if I can do it in 90 minutes then anyone can install these. They look great!Lilli
Sep 24th 2017
EXTRA SAFE TAIL LIGHTS
LOVE the look, all went good on the install with the plug and play and going through the blinker setup but when I was done I have one set of light that have a short, if I wiggle the wire at the light it works
have a call in to them about this problem hope to hear from them soon Charlie
Aug 13th 2017
The more lights the better
Really love the rear lights and were time consuming during installation but well worth it. Plug and play system works very well and had no problems installing them. Just took time removing the panels and tail lights as never disassembled the spider before. But the instructions were well written and if followed as written the project when very good. Everybody that follows the spider always make it a point to comment on how well they can see my intentions better than most motorcycles. Would recommend these lights for anybody that wants to be seen better.Cary Brown
Jun 19th 2017
Safety in Lights
I believe that you just can't have too many lights. The more visible you are the safer you will be and the more you will be seen by people who choose not to ride a Motorcycle or CanAm. Not only are they safer, they are much more eye appealing and a real head turner. Jimmy Broadway
Jun 18th 2017