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post #1 of 10 Old 04-05-2011, 03:04 PM Thread Starter
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Does anyone have FHE with this set of light from Denali LED line? I am thinking about adding them, since I am not going to mess with the stock headlight but want more light after dawn...

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post #2 of 10 Old 04-05-2011, 04:56 PM
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What does FHE mean?..I have these lights installed and they are awesome , they become your primary lights as the completely overpower the head light .
They do not have a set of brackets suitable for the 919 so you'll have to make your own (very easy to do) .

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The tiger/adv/sporttouring folks all have nothing but good things to say about them.

Go for it.


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fhe=first hand experience

I have seen this light unit in action, 3 abreast, and was very bright even in daytime.

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They have a demo video on the site. Those things will blind somebody. I can see why the ADV riders like them. Like a light bar on a 4x4. I would think you would be happy with them.

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I have never heard of that company, but I am looking for something similar. If anyone ends up mounting them please report back.

I was looking at a set from rigid industries dually or vision x soltice solo. But I want the best price and brightest light. Maybe check out those other conpanies and see what you think.

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Blackrig,

You are on the money. The Denalis are nothing more thatn repackaged Vision-X lights. If I recall there is a post on ADV where the twistedthrottl guy explains this to be the case.

Maybe they arent repacked...but they are the same light.

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Blackrig,

You are on the money. The Denalis are nothing more thatn repackaged Vision-X lights. If I recall there is a post on ADV where the twistedthrottl guy explains this to be the case.

Maybe they arent repacked...but they are the same light.
If this is true, and it appears to be, the Denali kit from T.T is cheaper than buying the parts seperately(so I've found in the last 15 min.)

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Man, those Denali's are $300! Bah.

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post #10 of 10 Old 04-07-2011, 01:58 PM
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They were 300 a while back but now they are $270 and they are awesome , i love mine (had them for 2 years)

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