Nope, most are just too busy doing things other than driving.Superbrightleds.com has 1157 compatible taillights that have a full 180 degree coverage, utilizing the entire refelector. They are extremely efficient and very bright.
This is not an ad for those guys. I have been using the product for a few years now and they work great.
May I also suggest a brake light flasher. Custom Dynamics sells the one I use. It gets attention better than a regular taillight.
Good stuff. May keep you alive, the cagers are blind.
Definitely, and directional. In that you could have some very impressively bright LED brake lights when viewed from directly behind the motorcycle that are very dim if the person is one lane over. There are good LED out there. But I'm not aware of any good way to rule out the good vs. the bad based on specs/data sheets. You can go off pictures but run into the directional concerns. You can go off reviews and hope. At the end of the day the question will be is it even worth trying to find a good LED bulb for the little power savings?Honestly, it's a crap shoot when it comes to picking out LED bulbs. I think that sometimes you need higher quality stuff. I have LED wedge type bulbs in my tail and it shines as bright as can be.
not trying to be a dick here, but how exactly are our bikes gonna run without a fuel pump?I have never understood why brake lights & turn signals are one of the first places people go to save watts, their draw is only momentary
look at things that are running continuous, headlamp(s) fuel pump