Givi E160 Brake Light Kit For Givi V56 Topcases

SKU:Givi E160
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Description

Givi E160 Brake Light Kit For Givi V56 Topcases

If you’re looking for a way to increase your visibility on the road then this Givi stop light kit will outfit your Givi V56 topcase with a set of bright incandescent halogens.

The Givi brake light kit includes all wiring bulbs and installation instructions required for you to easily install it in your V56 case. With this kit you can add some... read more

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$62.40

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Description

Givi E160 Brake Light Kit For Givi V56 Topcases

If you’re looking for a way to increase your visibility on the road then this Givi stop light kit will outfit your Givi V56 topcase with a set of bright incandescent halogens.

The Givi brake light kit includes all wiring bulbs and installation instructions required for you to easily install it in your V56 case. With this kit you can add some extra lighting and step-up the safety of your ride.

Features

  • Increase visibility/safety
  • Easy installation
  • Givi V56 topcase specific

What’s In The Box

  • Wiring
  • Bulbs
  • Mounting hardware
  • Installation instructions

Part Numbers

Our part number: Givi E160
Manufacturer Number: E160
GTIN13 / EAN Barcode: 8019606200129

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  1. rich16fjr1300

    added brake lights

    rich16fjr1300

    I’ve never been happy with just a stock brake light, so I added the top case (Givi V56NN) and also bought a brake light kit made by Givi. Instructions are ok, I mean for the install, it went pretty easy BUT when I got all done? the lights wouldn’t work. But it was my error (I tapped into an incorrect ground) and also, these lights are LED so polarity is important. Other thing is too, Givi gives you these threaded spacers to put inside the case for screws to fasten into.I put them in and with a hammer
    But I must’ve hammered a little too much and knocked the silver framing around the case out of position. But it was ok, just had to manipulate it back into position

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