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Silver Wing Guru
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PostSubject: 10 Watt LED Auxiliary Lights   Wed Jun 23, 2010 1:59 am

I recently read a review of the Denali LED Auxiliary Light Kit available from Twisted Throttle:

What makes these attractive to me is the fact that they have no filament so they are a bit more rugged than a standard buld. they also have a very low current draw - another plus.

The kit linked above uses a mount that is impractical for the SilverWing. The fender mount kit is available here:

Better yet get the DennisB mount bar:
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PostSubject: Re: 10 Watt LED Auxiliary Lights   Wed Jun 23, 2010 2:54 am

I have been watching for LED Auxiliary Lights for awhile.

I want the lights to project visible light besides making the motorcycle more visible (similar to the Motolights).

I have been watching these two LED Auxiliary Lights

Clearwater lights

All Clearwater LEDs are fully dimmable and can switch
from a LOW beam to a HIGH beam with a flick of the factory high beam
switch. The LOW setting is fully dimmable via a digital volume control.

Just came out with a Krista light, but it can draw 70 amps when at full setting.

Clearwater is suppose to be be coming out with a light between the Glenda and Krista ... so I keep waiting.

Pyxis 1 amp LED:

Still early investigation.
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PostSubject: Re: 10 Watt LED Auxiliary Lights   Sun May 06, 2012 2:39 pm

Hi jdeereanton,
I'm new to this site and my first post I believe piggy backed on another posting so you not only don't you know who I am ......but you probably know I don't know what I'm doing either Smile

I got a new 2009 Swing late last cold wet summer put about 4,000kms on her so far way up not in Alaska........try the other side of the Continent ...Eastern Canada North of Maine............Newfoundland & Labrador....or the Rock as we fondly call it.

I added heated grips, mirror extenders, Utopia Backrest, soft fake leather bags that I mounted backwards (I'm just like that I guess) actually they match the bike's trail .........anyway I am currently installing a new Givi Adjustable and soon Denali D2D lights and AdMore mini for rear (have Dennis b's bar and hook ups for both coming but not here yet) the reason for this book report is.......I am trying to find some photos of a Denali install on our site but so far ....I'm in the dark Question
Can you shed some light on my problemo.

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