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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-23-2017, 10:05 AM Thread Starter
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How many people have these Cirius light? How good of an output do they do? I am trying to figure out something to add to my bike for a little more light.

These are the ones I am talking about and wonder if they are worth it.

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Although I have never seen them in person, my best guess is they would suffice as marker lights, but not driving lights. For driving lights from outright cheap but good, to to expensive but superb, try these two.......
https://www.clearwaterlights.com/
I have their Darlas - I like that they are hooked up to both high and low beams. 100% on high and intensity controlled by a handlebar mounted dial when on low.
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Yeah that was my thoughts too. Great idea, but needs some more work.


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I got the pod led lights from Extremeled Lights. Haven't ridden at night with them yet but they seem pretty bright, and they're a lot less expensive. I mounted them inside my forged bars.
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With the Cirius LED wouldn't you have to modify the crash bar to make room

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I too have the clearwater darla's, insane amount of light and price, but the quality is top notch and being able to adjust on the move is great for me and was a big selling point. Really considering adding a set to my truck, they are that good.

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Just drill holes Visionjohny, but one set of my crash bars already have the holes in them.


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no not really, i saw this. I want to know what they look like on the road at night.

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