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lights for your consideration

Post  river on Sun Nov 15, 2009 6:32 pm

Just came across these on the ST1300 forum (STOwners.com).

http://www.central4wd.com/category.aspx?page=id|100492

Look interesting. HIDs with internal balasts are getting cheaper.


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better link?

Post  Bump on Sun Nov 15, 2009 9:52 pm

Hey,

I tried he link and it doesn't work for me. Then i tried searching at the site for the product ID in the link, 100492, and got no result as well. They have a lot of lights...
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Re: lights for your consideration

Post  river on Mon Nov 16, 2009 4:23 am

Sorry, having trouble getting this to work. I'll try another shot.

http://www.central4wd.com/inventorydetail.aspx?page=id|100478

It's the | that is causing trouble I think but don't know why.

Yeah, sorry, it's the Hella 4" HID there, so if you search for Hella, it's about the third one. Sorry.
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HID Hella Optilux

Post  ded6080 on Fri Nov 20, 2009 2:11 pm

They had these @ autozone branded under another name - seems like the Hella Optilux line showes up under different mfgs. - Wasn't that impressed with the quality - the case seemed to be made out of just plain plastic - not glass reinforced like the Hella 500s etc. - The were around $105 ea from what I remember.
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Re: lights for your consideration

Post  xxxbranham on Fri Nov 20, 2009 2:54 pm

A friend of mine bought one of the discount auto store specials for $80 .... it looks just like this .... and mounted it on his KTM200 with a small battery .... in total loss mode it runs about 3 hours .... and 35W of HID is pretty damn bright .... and it has a good beam pattern too.

I might just get one and mount a toggle switch to switch back and forth between it (high beam) and the standard headlight (low beam). It's not super high quality ... but it should last long enough for the price.
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