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Denali LED 10W Driving Light, 2-Light Kit Wiring Harness and with Full Wiring Harness and M10 Mount.

Denali LED lighting uses 10 watt LED technology. Each pod produces 900 lumens, making them the most efficient off-road lamp on the market. Unlike HID's which require a warm-up time, LED's are on HID's which require a warm-up time, LED's are on at the flick of a switch!

Each two-lamp kit includes a full wiring harness, lighted water-resistant switch with relay, and two lighted water-resistant switch with relay, and two sets of lenses, so you can run the Denali LED's as sets of lenses, so you can run the Denali LED's as driving lights with a narrow, focused beam pattern or as flood lights with a wider beam pattern. The Denali LED TT-D1.KIT ships with a universal M10 mount kit that works on most makes and models of bikes without any additional hardware. They can be wired to be triggered by your high beam switch, ignition key, or directly to battery for use when the bike is turned off (not recommended). switch, ignition key, or directly to battery for use when the bike is turned off (not recommended)

Kit Components;

• 2 x Denali LED light pods
• full wiring harness with relay and switch
•2 x universal M10 mounting brackets
•2 x multi-link connectors
•2 x 'Euro' driving beam lenses (15 degree beam pattern)
•2 x fog beam lenses (25 degree beam pattern)
• installation instructions

The Denali LED's are housed in a rugged die-cast aluminum housing for optimum durability and aluminum housing for optimum durability and heat dissipation. The housings are IP68 (ingress protection) rated so that they're impenetrable to dust and submersible under water up to 3 meters. The unbreakable polycarbonate lenses are housed by a 6061 aluminum face plate which doubles as a radiant heat sink to melt away snow and ice in frigid conditions. The Denali LED's have been subjected to a 14Grms vibration test to ensure their performance in high impact conditions. their performance in high impact conditions.

Each pod housing features a 4-sided channe design that allows you to interlink multiple pods together in a row. This also allows for attachment of the various mounting hardware for flush mounting, bar mounts, and even helmet mounts.

Denali LED lighting uses a very pure, white light which runs at a brightness of about 5,000 Kelvin(K). Factory HID lighting usually runs at 4,200K, and aftermarket HID lighting can be anywhere from 6,000K up to 10,000K. However, at 6,000K and higher, blue light is introduced to the spectrum, and you lose distance, or penetration that the beam can travel. Since the Denali LED that the beam can travel. Since the Denali LED lights keep the color temperature under 6,000K, we maximize brightness without losing distance. This makes them an ideal driving light! lights keep the color temperature under 6,000K, we maximize brightness without losing distance. This makes them an ideal driving light!

Here's the link where you can get all the information and see the YouTube videos about these LED lights.

http://www.twistedthrottle.com/trade/productview/5224//

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I'd like to get a pair of these lights. Great output for a little input!

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If I was affiliated with this company in any way, I'd already have a set or two of them. One pair using the 15° lenses and one pair with the 25° lenses. :D

Happy Scøøterïng!
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$300? OUCH!
 

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Got to love their diminutive size, makes for a very clean installation... The future of affordable low power high output lighting is pretty much headed for the LED market, hopefully the prices will start to catch up and come down in time. Combining the right bright LED bulb with the right lenses can yield amazing results. cool product. Those bulbs will probably last forever if properly wired/installed.



how is the light output at night, does it extend far enough to augment the low beam pattern on the 650.
I built a mt. biking lighting kit out of P7 LEDs, putting out 900 lumens , with the right lenses, flood and beam, they
were almost as good as HIDs. If you are are a DIYer, you can build one of these for around $100-150.00 or so.

I have been a huge fan of Trailtech products for when I want to spend big bucks on auxiliary lighting, they have been around for a long time and offer an amazing array of good lighting options for motorcycles etc...

 

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The Trailtechs give useful light & the other 2 are merely high dollar conspicuity lights. The Clearwaters have decent brightness, but not near HID goodness.
 
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