Wiring Instructions DIY Video
 
Wiring Instructions DIY

We receive more questions about wiring than anything else. To assist customers in understanding how Boogey Lights® are wired we've put together this simple video. This video was shot using a 12 volt DC power supply on our test bench to make it easy to see without the extra wiring normally present on a motorcycle, atv or other motorsports vehicle.

These are simple 12vdc systems so whether you're wiring a multi-color system or a single color system the concepts are the same. There's nothing high-tech or complicated about the wiring process. Take a moment to view this video and you're quickly see how simple the wiring is.


Installing Wheel Lights DIY Video
 
Installing Wheel Lights DIY

Boogey Lights® wheel lights are very popular with customers. While we offer several styles of motorcycle wheel lights, the installation is pretty much the same for all styles. Here is a DIY installation video demonstrating how to install Boogey Lights® wheel lights.





LEDs By the Foot - Installing Power Leads (Crimp On & Soldering)


Our LEDs by the Foot is a popular product that provides flexibility for LED installations that require more LEDs or different lengths of LEDs from our standard kits.

To get power to the LED strip you will need to attach the power lead wire to one end of the LED strip to light the strip. There are two ways to do this. First is using the CRIMP-ON connector. This is a popular option for those who are unfamiliar with soldering or don't have a soldering iron handy. It's simple enough to do using the CRIMP-ON power lead connectors we offer.

The second option is soldering. While the soldering method does require a soldering iron (can be purchased at just about any hardware store for less than $20), we prefer this method as we've found soldering to be more robust and durable long term. That said, both methods will work. Here are two videos that walk you through both processes.

CRIMP-ON METHOD

SOLDERING METHOD

 

 

 

 

Do-It-Yourself Installation Videos

Since 2006 we've been recording rally installations by our professional installers so we can show customers how to install our LED light kits themselves. Below is a collection of some of these installation videos for several of our kits and light strips. Because most of these videos are at least five years old (several are 6 or even 8 years old), some of the information contained in these videos is outdated. We of course realize we need to update these videos, and we're working on that now. However until our new videos are ready and because the core instructions remain the same, there's value in making these videos available online for our customers. When viewing these videos please be aware when it comes to pricing, product names and in some cases product styling and materials, what you're seeing may not be identical to what is offered today. The reality is that LED technology and electronic materials manufacturing has advanced significantly since these videos were made. Also, keep in mind we have significantly improved the installability of these kits over time such that what required a professional installer 5 or 6 years ago, now can be done by anyone who can read the instructions and has some basic understanding of 12v wiring. It's not difficult. Anyone who is handy with tools will have no problem installing any of the kits we offer for sale online.

If you have a specific question as to your installation or need clarification as to something presented in these videos, please contact us and we'll be happy to give you our best advice and suggestions.


In this video Jacob installs a number of our light pods on a Sportster.

Watch Andy, a 16 year veteran Boogey Lights installer, install the Ultimate Engine Kit on a Softail Deuce (Part 1)

Watch Andy, a 16 year veteran Boogey Lights installer, install the Ultimate Engine Kit on a Softail Deuce (Part 2)

 

Lighting the Front Wheel (Part 1 of 4)

Lighting the Front Wheel (Part 2 of 4)

Lighting the Front Wheel (Part 3 of 4)

Lighting the Front Wheel (Part 4 of 4)


TNT Engine Kit Installation (Part 1 of 4)

TNT Engine Kit Installation (Part 2 of 4)

TNT Engine Kit Installation (Part 3 of 4)

TNT Engine Kit Installation (Part 4 of 4)


Ultimate Engine Kit Installation (Part 1 of 7)

Ultimate Engine Kit Installation (Part 2 of 7)

Ultimate Engine Kit Installation (Part 3 of 7)

Ultimate Engine Kit Installation (Part 4 of 7)


Ultimate Engine Kit Installation (Part 5 of 7))

Ultimate Engine Kit Installation (Part 6 of 7))

Ultimate Engine Kit Installation (Part 7 of 7))