Adaptive Cornering Lights

Cycledude

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No I have never seen them before, 1,600 High beam and 1,020 lumens low beam sounds awfully bright for oncoming traffic ? The very last video was pretty interesting, I wonder what they cost ? I am amazed by all the outfits these days trying to sell stuff without ever stating the actual price.
Actually I think might have seen that light mounted on a Harley-Davidson out in Montana a couple years ago and the rider was telling me he loved it but at the time I didn’t pay as much attention as I now Wish would have.
Just found out Those lights are actually manufactured in Germantown Wi, they do make quite a few different models.
 
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EricV

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Revzilla sells them. That one is $526 with the pedestal mount. If I had the cash floating around and was running a round headlight, I'd consider these. But as an aux light, they are huge! You would need a very stout mounting point and they are going to suck down the MPG slightly.

I used to have a friend on a GS with lights this size hanging down, another almost as large on top, a huge oversize wind screen and highway pegs that had his big feet sticking out forward, soles flat to the wind. He used to always wonder why his mpg was so poor... But he threw a hell of a lot of light down the road at night.
 

Skytower

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I'm aiming to put them on the Givi crash bars. 1' bar clamp, and a Harley headlight extension block for the mount point.
Not too worried about mileage. I'm more concerned with nighttime cornering visibility. I ride at night often.
 
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