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Old 02-26-2013, 11:55 AM   #19
Off Road Ryder
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Perhaps. For the price, I am going to try a pair of these as auxiliary lights on mine 990.



To suppliment the HID On my 450, I am adding one flood and one spot of these lights.





I will report back this spring on how well they work. Yes, I am getting what I pay for. However, for $225 I am setting up two different bikes with supplementary dual LED lights with respectable lumen output. I do not plan on doing a lot of night riding, or racing the Baja 1000, so I expect these lights to be adequate for what I need.
Lumen out put really doesn't mean much in todays LED lights.
I certainly understand the allure of less expensive products, Thats why harbor freight is in business. Like tools, sometimes the less expensive (cheaper)product will get you by. In most cases your better off spending slightly more the first time.
I cant and wont give an examples here, but I'm sure many can relate.
I hope the lights work well for you.
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