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Old 01-01-2012, 07:55 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by hmmwv15 View Post
I ended up wiring them to my high beam to eliminate the need for a switch. I tried to take some pictures of the light pattern, but my camera is about useless in the dark...

These lights throw more of a flood pattern than spot, but wow... The near useless high beam HID light on my dr650 has now turned into a retina searing flood light (for those that try and stare into them). These things have no problem at all lighting up both sides of the road for a pretty good distance. Should there be any kind of animal next to the road, you should have no problem seeing them with plenty of time to slow down. I love these things!
Creative way of mounting the lights, thanks for posting up the pics.

Im glad they are working out for you. Ive ridden in northern Georgia and I know there are plenty of critters lurking in the dark.

Thanks for the positive feedback.
-Brian
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