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New LED lights should be good fit for the V

Check these out:

http://www.electricalconnection.com/...s/dl-1watt.htm

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Hmmm, comes up for me.

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That's a cool find.

I have been wanting something like this for both bikes. Just to give more visibility and not really so much for lighting up the road.

A lot of what I keep finding is bigger than I am wanting. The low amp draw on the electrical system is a plus too.

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I have used many Electrical Connections products on my Goldwing. They are the highest quality, and great people to deal with.

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Here is mine, much cheaper than USD 135.
Cost about USD50 for a pair.


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Those look pretty good too Fastoman, you got a link for us?
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Here is mine, much cheaper than USD 135.
Cost about USD50 for a pair.


hey Fastoman, what's the wattage on those? Are they halogen or LED?
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Check this link out. These baby's will burn trees down!
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This time of year i ride often at dusk/night. Although the stock headlight set-up is adequate, the pattern tilts so much under braking and especially in turns that I've been researching a fork mounted solution. I'd prefer LED's for low amperage draw,weight,life, and compactness. The above lights show good promise for what I'm seeking, but I'd like to know if there is a 3 watt alternative available, as I'm not looking to be seen but to illuminate where the stock lights do _not _. Any leads would be welcome, and i do'nt want to spend more than $150.00?
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This time of year i ride often at dusk/night. Although the stock headlight set-up is adequate, the pattern tilts so much under braking and especially in turns that I've been researching a fork mounted solution. I'd prefer LED's for low amperage draw,weight,life, and compactness. The above lights show good promise for what I'm seeking, but I'd like to know if there is a 3 watt alternative available, as I'm not looking to be seen but to illuminate where the stock lights do _not _. Any leads would be welcome, and i do'nt want to spend more than $150.00?
Check the link out in my post above...I shot this guy an email and he wants $115 bucks for a complete super bright led setup. They come in 10 and 24 watt, according to him. I think I'm going for the 24 watt ones. I checked out the new Denali system at Twisted Throttle Saturday and those are $300 for that setup.
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Check the link out in my post above...I shot this guy an email and he wants $115 bucks for a complete super bright led setup. They come in 10 and 24 watt, according to him. I think I'm going for the 24 watt ones. I checked out the new Denali system at Twisted Throttle Saturday and those are $300 for that setup.
I PM'd him on ADV as well, I might end up going for the spot/wide pair, as it looks to offer the best of both options. Great price as well.
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Very nice lights on the ADV link. They are going on my list of parts to buy.
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