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    Hey guys, I've tried using the search function and couldn't find much. I'm considering purchasing two Warn W350F 3.5" fog lights to put on the front forks in place of the reflectors. I'll wire them to a switch on the handlebars. They're 55w lights, so would they draw to much electricity while the bike is running? They won't be on all the time, just on some of the dark backroads/trails that I ride. Thanks in advance!

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    Ahh I found the threads that will answer your question.... Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.



    http://tw200forum.co...-road-lighting/







    http://tw200forum.co...3/ShowPost.aspx


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich View Post
    Ahh I found the threads that will answer your question.... Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.



    http://tw200forum.co...-road-lighting/







    http://tw200forum.co...3/ShowPost.aspx


    Dangit. Looks like I'll cancel that order.



    Alright then, could I do two HID or LED lights? Sorry for the questions, I don't understand electricity at all! lol

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    Here is a comparison of the Light setup i put on my 07. There is also a link on this link to the install and details of what lights i used. This light setup should work on a 01 an newer bike. I have ridden over an hour with all the light on and ive let it idle for 10-15 minutes on a cool night with a voltmeter hooked up and it never dipped below 14v while idling and 14.3-14.5 when riding.

    https://tw200forum.com/index.php?/top...__1#entry45322

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    That's putting out some pretty good light.



    Has anybody used MondoMotos before? They've got a thread going over on AdvRider and they look like some pretty good lights. Everybody's been pretty pleased with them.



    http://mondomotos.com/products/lighting/

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattmus4357 View Post
    Dangit. Looks like I'll cancel that order.



    Alright then, could I do two HID or LED lights? Sorry for the questions, I don't understand electricity at all! lol




    I'm electrically challenged also!....don't feel bad.Also look at Twisted throttle's Denali lights....only .75A draw per light.Includes harness etc.

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    If i would have seen motomondos before i go my setup i probably would have gave them a shot. I seen them about a week after my lights arrived. I cant complain though. Ive been very happy with the output of these lights.

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    Yo! Bringing up an old topic, but I figure it's better than starting a new one. Got my LED's mounted on the bike and wired today!!! I'm pretty pleased, definitely worth the time and money! I got mine from SuperBrightLEDS.com that I'm pretty sure are the same ones that MondoMotos sells. Saved $15 over the MondoMoto lights though.



    http://www.superbrightleds.com/morei...ht-round/1386/















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    Quote Originally Posted by mattmus4357 View Post
    Yo! Bringing up an old topic, but I figure it's better than starting a new one. Got my LED's mounted on the bike and wired today!!! I'm pretty pleased, definitely worth the time and money! I got mine from SuperBrightLEDS.com that I'm pretty sure are the same ones that MondoMotos sells. Saved $15 over the MondoMoto lights though.


    Great choice, nice lights and drawing only a bit more than 1 amp shouldn't be an issue. Sweet. I'm pretty sure I'm getting 4 to mount on my backhoe 2 on each end for night work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flingwing View Post
    Great choice, nice lights and drawing only a bit more than 1 amp shouldn't be an issue. Sweet. I'm pretty sure I'm getting 4 to mount on my backhoe 2 on each end for night work.


    They'll definitely do the job for you! They put out a lot more light than I thought they would. More than what shows in the picture. I'm definitely impressed

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