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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 04-08-2014, 06:14 PM Thread Starter
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Default Has anyone added the Vic extra driving lights on a CC?

Seeing as i do a lot of night driving, looking at adding even more lights to my rig. ( i have the JTD lowers with lights already on ) Looking for a pic or 2 of the setup to see how it looks and what the cost may be...thanks!

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I had Twisted Throttle in Rhode Island mount 2 sets of 2 Denali Micros. One set is set to fog and one set is set for driving lights. I get both a broad beam and a long beam. Awesome brightness. The entire bundle installed was just shy of $700 wired into the Victory switch.

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Very nice setup you have there. Thanks for the reply

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In thinking this through a bit further...what i am really looking for are the extra lights that the Cross road fairing uses and hoping that they can be mounted with a CC fairing...hope i am being clear???

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I do not have them, I almost did but the size and shape pushed me away from them. For me they take the look away from the fairing. The brackets are the same between the XR and XC, remove turn signals, add bracket and remount turn signals. I have heard of some XC fairings cracking because of weight/vibration and have seen some mount supportive plates on the inside of the fairing to prevent this.

I still plan to add lights but they will be fork mounted or off of the bottom of the frame.

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If you look at my pics in my profile you will see the fork mounted lights I added.

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you need VicHID they are all you need.
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you need VicHID they are all you need.
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I added the auxilliary lights like the cops use. You can purchase a set from Arizona Victory. They put out a ton of light for night driving.
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I got the Vic hid's from CR. I installed a set of PIAA LED3's just under my forged bars using an aluminum L bracket mounting them to the bottom bolt of the Forged bars. my night lighting is awesome and you don't notice anything hanging off the bike which takes away from the XC styling IMO. $300 for the PIAA's (Amazon) and under $100 for CR's HID kit and I'm lit and noticeable.

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