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    Denali D4 LED spot lights
    on: Feb 04, 2017, 12.19 pm
    Feb 04, 2017, 12.19 pm
    Has any body used Denali D4 spot lights? Thinking of putting them on the TT and maybe on my MT 10 as well.



    look pretty good in the above vid.

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    Re: Denali D4 LED spot lights
    Reply #1 on: Feb 04, 2017, 04.05 pm
    Feb 04, 2017, 04.05 pm
    I shall be watching with interest, had a look on you tube and I like the look of them.
    I am innocent☺!!

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    Re: Denali D4 LED spot lights
    Reply #2 on: Feb 05, 2017, 04.58 am
    Feb 05, 2017, 04.58 am
    That is a heck-uv-a lot of light.
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    Re: Denali D4 LED spot lights
    Reply #3 on: Feb 05, 2017, 10.39 am
    Feb 05, 2017, 10.39 am
    It's always difficult to get a true representation on video,
    but that does look very impressive !

    Last Edit: Nov 15, 2020, 07.42 pm by Coconut

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    Re: Denali D4 LED spot lights
    Reply #4 on: Feb 08, 2017, 08.18 am
    Feb 08, 2017, 08.18 am
    I don't have experience with the lights you list, but I do have Mondomotos on my lower forks and Baja Designs Squadron Pro 3" x 3" cubes mounted under the factory headlights.
    OMG is the only way to describe the lighting performance.  They are expensive, but have a lifetime warranty, designed, engineering and manufactured in California and outstanding customer service. 
    I bought the pair with all "spot" reflectors (4 per light/cube) to throw light WAY out there.

    I also bought a prewired Skene dimmer from Baja Designs and my install was plug and play.  The Skene programs these lights to a predetermined percentage of output (10%-100%).  I recall my Trophy low beam switch has them at 30%, which is not offensive at night to oncoming vehicles, yet still provides a great visual light during the day and night.  When I switch the high beam switch, I can almost see to tomorrow.

    Clearwaters also get great reviews, but are much more expensive. 
    I can't imagine anything that would outperform this 3"x3" sized cube.  Simply unbelievable light focus and output!

    I look for any opportunity to ride at night after installing these lights.

    By the way, the Mondomotos are good lights for their purpose of making a visual footprint, but they might as well be a small flashlight as compared to these BD Squadron Pros. (42 watts each light).
    I recently found a YouTube video of a guy that installed these same Baja Designs on his airplane as landing lights on a "wig wag" switch.  yeah, I had to say "wig wag" because another Trophy rider/member on this board and I were making jokes about that term. (alternating flash).

    Good luck with your hunt.  The BD's get my endorsement for sure!
    I would post pictures of the light, however cameras can not adequately compare lighting unless you really know what you're doing with a good camera.  I choose to focus on riding.
    Did I mention they have a 30 day money back guarantee?  I consider that a nice safety net if you don't love them.

    I'm going to get a second set of the exact BDs to install behind the grill of my Silverado.  They are that good, IMO!

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    Re: Denali D4 LED spot lights
    Reply #5 on: Mar 21, 2017, 06.29 pm
    Mar 21, 2017, 06.29 pm
    Wow, I don't do a ton of night riding but with those lights, it looks like it would be hella fun.

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    Re: Denali D4 LED spot lights
    Reply #6 on: Mar 21, 2017, 08.28 pm
    Mar 21, 2017, 08.28 pm
    Whatever you do, please make sure you set them up to avoid blinding oncoming traffic.  Sorry... big pet peeve of mine.
    Converto, ergo sum.       '15 300RR, '15 250XCF-W, '14 K1600GT, '12 VFR1200, '05 GSXR600 (track).

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    Re: Denali D4 LED spot lights
    Reply #7 on: Apr 11, 2017, 04.46 pm
    Apr 11, 2017, 04.46 pm
    Just wondering if you had them installed  If so how easy was it?