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post #1 of 8 Old Jan 1st, 2010, 9:19 pm Thread Starter
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Denali LED Aux Lights

Has anyone had any experience with the Denali LED auxilary lights? At $300 on TwistedThrottle.com, they appear to be an alternative to Motolights and others. Here's the link: http://www.twistedthrottle.com/trade...view/5224/665/
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post #2 of 8 Old Jan 2nd, 2010, 6:41 pm
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Re: Denali LED Aux Lights

Haven't seen those, but keep in mind that Raffy has some LED replacement bulbs for the Motolights--we've been installing those since last year's CCR and they work great.

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Haven't seen those, but keep in mind that Raffy has some LED replacement bulbs for the Motolights--we've been installing those since last year's CCR and they work great.
+1 on those LED Moto lights... I have 25 degree... they have 40 degree available...

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I read about these on the Multistrada message board. I might pick up a set for the LT

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Looks great for being seen. If I get them for the LT, I'd tuck them under the main headlight where many other LT owners have install their PIA 1100Xs.

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You might want to look at these before you jump !

http://www.clearwaterlights.com/index.html

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post #6 of 8 Old Jan 3rd, 2010, 6:19 pm Thread Starter
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Re: Denali LED Aux Lights

The Motolights and the Clearwaters are nice, but pretty expensive. The Denali set is less expensive, just don't know if it is in the same league as the other two. And yes, I do know that Raffy sells LED bulbs for the Motolights, but that adds even more cost to the rig. If all the lights are pretty close to parity (and I suspect they are) for an LED outfit, then I'm going to the least costly supplier.
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Well I am just back from the Novi MI site of the International Motorcycle Show.. and I was able to view LIVE these LED lights at the Twisted Throttle booth.. and I can only say WOW THOSE ARE BRIGHT !!!
Now I have to tell you also I have the LED conversion moto-lights that are from Raffy and they are SUPER.. But these are out of the box 10 watts each and are at a very close price to moto-lights alone.. I have to strongly consider them for one of my other bikes if i decide to part with the $$ because I have not seen anything else that works close to as well, can be made spot or flood, and appear to me almost plug and play with good hardware.

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Re: Denali LED Aux Lights

Thanks for the info, Bill. I'm kind of leaning toward the Denalis, the only issue is how well they would mount to the calipers.
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