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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Jun 11th, 2011, 8:46 am Thread Starter
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Clearwater LED Lights Installed

I just wanted to give a brief comment on the Clearwater Glenda LEDs that I've just installed on my 07 K1200GT Outstanding! The quality and output of these lights (At 34 watts) is second to none. Install was quite simple (About 2 Hours) and the manufacturing quality of the components is also first rate. It is also most useful having the reostat to adjust the brightness. (Mounted on the handlebar)
I am now being seen by oncoming traffic unlike I ever was before. I've even noticed that pedestrians facing me take a long stare at the bike as I approach. I am guessing that it is the fact it is an odd sight to have a normally single light vehicle approaching with two other very bright lights below. (Fork mounted)
If you want to be able to vastly improve night driving sight and also be seen by oncoming cagers, you won't go wrong with these lights.
Regards, Monty
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Well tell us more...website? Cost? Mounting? Canbus problems? Wiring?

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post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old Jun 13th, 2011, 12:59 pm
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Here: Clearwater LED lights for BMW Cost $499 (yeow!).

They are in east Sacramento, CA off the I-50 I think. Not far from you kbmwrs, maybe 12-14 miles. I was going to see my brother in Rescue, CA and almost stopped in to see them up close. Ended up with the Motolights.

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Here: Clearwater LED lights for BMW Cost $499 (yeow!).

They are in east Sacramento, CA off the I-50 I think. Not far from you kbmwrs, maybe 12-14 miles. I was going to see my brother in Rescue, CA and almost stopped in to see them up close. Ended up with the Motolights.

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Well almost...add another zero...120-140 miles

And you're right $500???YIKES
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post #5 of 6 (permalink) Old Jun 13th, 2011, 5:39 pm
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I bought these LED lights from:

www.advmonster.com

I have the 24W LED flood lights and they are extremely bright. I bought them for daytime riding to be more conspicuous and they really do that job well. I am also impressed at how much light they provide at night. Well worth the $$.

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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old Jun 14th, 2011, 5:09 pm
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Got the Clearwater Glenda (amber version) when I bought the bike a year ago March. Yup, the price isn't one of its better attributes. But, talk about being visible as well as having a decent set of fog lamps to boot.
Worth it ...



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