Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: waukesha, WI, USA
Re: auxillery LED lights K2001 LT
Most people will say the first thing you should do is to upgrade the headlight to HID. It's the best thing (and cheapest) to help you see down the road.
I have two sets of auxiliary lights on my bike-also at my wife's urging. One is Moto lights-they are great lights, easy to install. Many LT riders have them. They aren't all that great for you seeing down the road-but give you a nice visibility for those coming the other way. I also installed very inexpensive Mondo light under the cowl-again, really simple, and for the price (about 140) they give another set of lights for visibility. My son rides with me, often in his LT, and calls my lights 'the Christmas tree' pattern. I don't care what I look like, I want others to see me, and I want to see down the road. I don't ride a lot at night, except on the long trips like we just planned (48 states in 9 days for the spring).
2000 LT 207K miles
2010 RT 29K miles
2007 RT P 42,000 miles SOLD
1982 vision 550 Yamaha SOLD
1964 Vespa 175 w/sidecar (homemade by neighbor) SOLD
1966 Honda CL77 (2016-17 winter project) As of August 16, the Honda is running! First time in 42 years. Going to be a sweet little around town bike. SOLD,
Four corner SCMA ride 2013
All Yooper SS1000K, 6/17/17
48 state/12 day ride 2016
Great Lakes Challenge, 2011
2018 Fall Classic SS1000 Four-Corners