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    Red face High visibility LED lighting for TW200

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    Pics on the bike in daylight please! Mounting method?

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    $200, huh. One day I truly hope LEDs will be more affordable.

    From your pics, it looks like the light spread at the top of the beam will blind oncoming traffic. Is that how they really are?
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    These are Daylight!

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    Just bright enough!

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    Night Led High beam.01.jpgNight Led Woods.01.jpg$110 + delivery, sold in pairs they will split.
    These are not Chinese tat, this is the real upgrade with TUV and CE certification.
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    They fit into existing headlight shell after removing front glass, I used stainless steel wire from the screws in the Lights heat sink to the existing shell and fixed them onto the adjustment points.
    You could use expanding insulation foam or zip ties.
    there is a small gap at the front I bridged with Gorrilla tape.

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    I'm curious, is there any chance you could post a pic of the light profile, i.e. a pic of the light beam displayed on a vertical surface like a garage door?
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    Will do, tomorrow pm.

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