I wait and wait and then just freaking go at a couple around here (normally at about 1 am when there is NO ONE around). I have heard of these things before, no clue if they actually work
I was told that if you put the kickstand down to make contact with the sensor on the ground it will trigger the light to change.
Run the red after it has cycled 3 times huh? let me know how that one goes, please get it on video too. That is basically telling you to put ur life in danger, that makes sence.I had one on my 84 650 nighthawk and it didn't do squat. The best way to trigger a difficult light is to roll through the trigger lines and brake late at the light, trying to roll PAST the trigger, not stopping on it.
Florida law allows a motorist to run a light ONLY after said light has cycled 3 times. You better be able to prove it to the cop, however, chances are he watched the whole thing and shouldn't pull you over.
I have one light that fights me consistantly, and sometimes it just will not budge. I have blown this light right in front of LEO's without an issue. I have also pulled up far enough to allow the vehicle behind me to try to trip the light.
It's a pain in the a&&, but when you run into the same light all the time, you have to complain to the correct government office, and they will come out and take care of it.......... eventually.
Ahhh, according the video the magnets must be PERPENDICULAR to the direction of travel - I'll have to adjust my magnet set up and try again.