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Looks nice John. What is that cream colored car? (My Dad would know in a heart beat).

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Looks nice John. What is that cream colored car? (My Dad would know in a heart beat).
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Sweet. Just did not recognize her from the rear.

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Sweet. Just did not recognize her from the rear.
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It's an original Cord with a Tornado drive train. (front wheel drive)
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Re: Rigid LED lights.

Just went for a ride with the new lights....

Very impressed.

they really light up the road.
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Re: Rigid LED lights.

Nice lights and nice Cord! Would these lights fit where everyone mounts the PIAAs on the front fairing above the wheel? I like the amount of light they throw, much better than my PIAAs which seem good for conspicuousness, not really good for road visibility. Looks like you can get them for a low of about $300 with most vendors selling for about $360 per pair. Thanks!
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Nice lights and nice Cord! Would these lights fit where everyone mounts the PIAAs on the front fairing above the wheel? I like the amount of light they throw, much better than my PIAAs which seem good for conspicuousness, not really good for road visibility. Looks like you can get them for a low of about $300 with most vendors selling for about $360 per pair. Thanks!
IMHO, They look just slightly larger than the piaas. I would think on the brake calipers like the motolights or where John mounted them would be better.

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Nice lights and nice Cord! Would these lights fit where everyone mounts the PIAAs on the front fairing above the wheel? I like the amount of light they throw, much better than my PIAAs which seem good for conspicuousness, not really good for road visibility. Looks like you can get them for a low of about $300 with most vendors selling for about $360 per pair. Thanks!
Thanks.

about light mounting, These may be too big for under the headlight,
Mine are the 6 bulbs housings... you can also get the 4 bulb housing which is a little smaller.
Check the Rigid catalog for sizes /type etc. http://www.rigidindustries.com/sites...ook/index.html

They DO make many different lights and beam configurations.. from spots to floods to hybrid combination..... almost overwhelming what to choose.

I bought mine from http://www.thedieselcartel.com/ ask for Josh. he ran through and explained the different sizes and types....

I saw a guy in Boston the other day going through the tunnel with a 4 foot light bar in the grill of his pickup truck .... It was so bright it looked like daylight.
the LED technology blows away the old PIAA style lights.
I like them better than HID also, as they light up instantly.

I plan to order a set of the amber snap on covers for the lights also.

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bmr make brackets that go under mirrors. that where i mounted my clearwaters
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Nice! I have a set of used PIAAs that I'm getting ready to install but now I'm having second thoughts.

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Wow, Awesome lights... If she takes a nap you might not only lose the lamps but you might loose plastic... Can you mount on top of the tip over bar?

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Wow, Awesome lights... If she takes a nap you might not only lose the lamps but you might loose plastic... Can you mount on top of the tip over bar?
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Re: Rigid LED lights.

How did you set them up? Always on or switched with the high beam?

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How did you set them up? Always on or switched with the high beam?
They come with a complete harness/relay and lighted switch.

I mounted the switch on the left side/top stingray.

these are VERY bright. I want to be able to run them completely separate from the full/half headlight beams.

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Re: Rigid LED lights.

Nice lighting but ... I need my J-pegs and that mounting location wouldn't allow for both.
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Nice lights mate,as was already said way brighter than my PIAAs.

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Re: Rigid LED lights.

Anyone know a convienient place to tie into
Ign. ON juice?

Right now I have the lights wired direct to the battery..

I havent had a chance to start poking around with a test light yet...

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Anyone know a convienient place to tie into
Ign. ON juice?

Right now I have the lights wired direct to the battery..

I havent had a chance to start poking around with a test light yet...

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Get a fuse box with a relay. I like the www.easternbeaver.com. Blue Sea is another. Switched power from seat heater feed wire.

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Get a fuse box with a relay. I like the www.easternbeaver.com. Blue Sea is another. Switched power from seat heater feed wire.

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This one is nice as you can decide how many switched vs unswitched circuits you have. I have used one for 6 years with no problems.

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This one is nice as you can decide how many switched vs unswitched circuits you have. I have used one for 6 years with no problems.

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I agree, Voyager that one is good. I chose to have a replaceable relay, that is why I like the Eastern Beaver.

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John,

I know this is an old thread, but I thought I'd ask you a couple of questions on your LEDs.

You purchased the 6 "bulb" and mentioned the 4 would fit under the fairing. Do you think they would produce more or equivalent light as the PIAAs? Did you get the spot or flood?

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. Do you think they would produce more or equivalent light as the PIAAs? Did you get the spot or flood?
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Rigid LED lights vs PIAA ??

No comparison.

There is a reason Law enforcement and also night construction have gone to LED lights.

D2 lights,

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Specter Optics - Our patented Specter optics system features 50% more LED's than our Hybrid optics in the same footprint and is specifically designed to cover more area. By incorporating a reflector with no facets or orange peel, the Specter optics system produces an intense, smooth beam with minimal wasted light. Driving Pattern - Our engineering team designed the Driving version of our Specter optics system to project light not only far, but also wide. This light utilizes a narrow, oval-shaped reflector that projects both spot and flood beam patterns. Rather than a conical beam, this technology creates an oblong beam that maintains a bright center hot spot, as well as incredible horizontal dispersion.

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Sorry, John. Once again I was unclear. I meant are the 4-light LEDs as bright or brighter than the PIAA 1100x lights?

I did a quick search on Google and found a review of the PIAA 1100LED lights. These apparently are as bright as the older PIAAs and have 3 4-watt lights.

The Rigids 4-light apparently are 5-watt each (according to the Amazone description), so i would expect them to be as bright or brighter.

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Sorry, John. Once again I was unclear. I meant are the 4-light LEDs as bright or brighter than the PIAA 1100x lights?

I did a quick search on Google and found a review of the PIAA 1100LED lights. These apparently are as bright as the older PIAAs and have 3 4-watt lights.

The Rigids 4-light apparently are 5-watt each (according to the Amazone description), so i would expect them to be as bright or brighter.

Agree?
I thought you were talking about the old style Piaa lights,
anyway,
I just looked at the piaa 1100 LED motorcycle lights...

yeah, I'd say the Rigids are brighter.
Not to mention $100.00 cheaper.


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BTW,
I run the Amber covers,
They are brighter without them. (if you are into blinding oncoming traffic. )

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I run the Amber covers,
They are brighter without them. (if you are into blinding oncoming traffic. )
John, I like those amber covers; I have the 4 bulb Rigids and they are bright - I have people flashing their brights at me at night, which I think is good that they see me. I also use them on cloudy days or early a.m. And yes, she has tipped over once to bend the mounting bracket, but the light was unscathed ! I paid about $150 on Amazon. I would still like to do the HID Zenon low beam upgrade one day as well. Ride safe and watch the idiots.
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BTW, they are mounted in same location under wings, with a switch on lower rear fairing behind seat.
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Re: Rigid LED lights.

My daily commute is actually a nightly commute ...
Through rural roads.

When the animals are creepin and the bad guys are peepin...

The lights are great, But I can actually see people struggling to see the road in front of them when I am coming towards them. I've had people just about stop.

I don't subscribe to the theory of brighter is better....

I don't like it when some punk in his Honda civic has HID and LED lights brighter than shay stadium ...

so I try to treat people like I would like to be treated.

Since putting the amber covers on, I don't get people flashing me anymore... and I can still see beyond my stock headlight.
I also run them during the day. And they do help.

People DO see you coming.
just not in an obnoxious fashion.

but folks still do comment how bright they are.

That said, I also run 45K HI /LOW beam HID's

I always cut the high beam as soon as I see someone coming...

and since the low beam is ALWAYS on, it's not a big deal if it takes a second or 2 for the Hi beam to reach full steam again.

what I'd really like to do is get a 12" Rigid LED light bar and mount it on my luggage rack.... $$$$

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BTW, they are mounted in same location under wings, with a switch on lower rear fairing behind seat.
Cool.

I have my switch in the oddments box... for EZ acess.

and BTW, those lighted switches are NOT waterproof.... (don't ask)

I got my amber covers on Amazon... for cheap $$

They snap on and off in a jiffy.

They also make them in red and blue if you want to get Ghetto.

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