Join Date: Jan 2008
Location: Fallbrook, CA, USA
Re: Highway Lights
My '06 included a HID low beam. I recently (last weekend) upgraded the high beam too. Nothing (no auxillary light) will work better than your stock light converted to HID for day/night driving. Auxillary lights will help to fill out blind spots, but if they are not HID or 200 watt halogens you are not really doing much for yourself.
I used the SCMR16 HID auxillary lights on my RT (also converted to HID main bulb) and it fills in the blanks spots really well. I highly recommend the TT HID lights for auxillary lights. They also make a 4" model in 30 & 40 watt HID. I guarentee the 40 watt 4" model will light up the road well enough to see any potential roadkill in your way!
But, just as an FYI, best bang for the buck is a High/Low beam kit from WME.Com. Should cost about $80 ~ $100 for both delivered to your door. My H11 (high beam) was a plug and play installtion. Didn't cut a single wire.
2006 Magnesium Black Metallic K1200LT (sold - sigh)
1996 Sinus (aka Cirrus) Blue Metallic R1100RT