Adventure Tech's Auxiliary Lights
Just finished installing a pair of Cree auxiliary lights from Adventure Tech, and it went pretty well. I used their kit which includes their light bar, a wiring harness and 2 lights...I chose 1 flood and 1 spot.
> Easy installation. The wiring harness in the kit is very generous with the wire. It looks like a generic harness that would fit just about any large bike. Rather than cut and splice wires I coiled up and zip-tied the excess.
> These lights are BRIGHT! I haven't ridden at night yet, but they are so intense they make the stock headlights look dim and yellow. There is no doubt they increase the visibility of the bike. This morning I rode bast a couple of moto-LEOs and I was wondering if they were going to stop me, but they just waved and rode on.
> The light bar is also well made and fits perfectly, but the mounting holes for the light brackets are too small. They are drilled 1/4" while the light brackets use 5/16" bolts. This was not a problem for me as it is easy to drill out the holes in the aluminum stock, but until Rick modifies these holes you should be ready to do it yourself.
I also found Rick to be very easy to communicate with as well as eager to make me happy.
"Anything worth doing is worth doing slowly" (Mae West)