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    Default Re: Let there be Light : Bike Lighting, HID etc

    Quote Originally Posted by acs1207 View Post
    Don't Osram Nightbreaker and Philips Extremevision come in 35w ?
    No, it seems. Checked many online shopping sites. Didn't get any better alternative.

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    Default Re: Let there be Light : Bike Lighting, HID etc

    I am looking for a set of capable aux lights
    - 3000 to 4500 K color temperature
    - Spot & Flood Combo
    - Dimable
    - Waterproof - IP67/68

    I am okay buying separate spot ans flood lamps as long as overall butlers <$150 / Rs. 10,000. I look forward to suggestions. Saw some lights from goldrunway which are somewhat close in specs,but not a perfect match

    https://m.aliexpress.com/item/329583...1a4717b6FBH4Hs

    Has anyone tried Goldrunway products, are these reliable, since they are fairly expensive and don’t have warranty.

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    Default Re: Let there be Light : Bike Lighting, HID etc

    Quote Originally Posted by harish.krovvidi View Post
    I got these

    Rs. 2,408.65 26%OFF | RACBOX Universal Waterproof 2.5 inch Bi-xenon Fog lights Projector Lens Driving Fog Lamps Car Motorcycle Retrofit Kit H11 55W
    https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/cG3DbsSk

    and fixed the 35w osarams xenarch 4200k hid to them using a hella relay kit. As good as a cars headlight light up the road.

    Extremely happy none of the LEDs ar evem close to the output. Even the ones they claim that are 100w
    That's great.. please put illustrative pics and total cost..

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    Default Re: Let there be Light : Bike Lighting, HID etc

    Quote Originally Posted by prasadD400 View Post
    That's great.. please put illustrative pics and total cost..
    Here is the video of the H1 version. On my SR150.
    Previously posted on another thread.
    https://youtu.be/bYwjy2vJ-bQ
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    Default Re: Let there be Light : Bike Lighting, HID etc

    Thanks Harish, this video is very helpful

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    Default Re: Let there be Light : Bike Lighting, HID etc

    Quote Originally Posted by sanchit223 View Post
    I am looking for a set of capable aux lights
    - 3000 to 4500 K color temperature
    - Spot & Flood Combo
    - Dimable
    - Waterproof - IP67/68

    I am okay buying separate spot ans flood lamps as long as overall butlers <$150 / Rs. 10,000. I look forward to suggestions. Saw some lights from goldrunway which are somewhat close in specs,but not a perfect match

    https://m.aliexpress.com/item/329583...1a4717b6FBH4Hs

    Has anyone tried Goldrunway products, are these reliable, since they are fairly expensive and don’t have warranty.
    yep i'm using GR30x version since last 8-9 months, on my fz25. quality is superb and it's reliable. and the light output matches similar wattage Baja/clearwater lights at much lower price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slopegatri View Post
    yep i'm using GR30x version since last 8-9 months, on my fz25. quality is superb and it's reliable. and the light output matches similar wattage Baja/clearwater lights at much lower price.
    Do these have spot beam, or combo ? I could not find anything in item description. In fact, that’s true for a lot of gold runway products. Also, color temperature is 6500K, do you use the yellow lens with these ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sanchit223 View Post
    Do these have spot beam, or combo ? I could not find anything in item description. In fact, that’s true for a lot of gold runway products. Also, color temperature is 6500K, do you use the yellow lens with these ?
    i have spot only version, GR30X doesn't come in flood/combo version. GR40x comes in combo version. i didn't use yellow lens as last year when i bought it, it wasn't available.

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