My (smart) Bosch Performanceline CX is capable of 18W output in 12V as I understand it. I have a Lumonite DC-DC converter that takes 12V input and outputs a voltage suitable for the light. I plan to hide the DC-DC inside the frame somewhere, if I find space for it. The Lumonite is 25W at its highest setting, so I would have to avoid that (or carry the Lumonite battery in those cases).Most high lumen night riding lights are not compatible with the bike battery and must use their own power source . Ok with marker “ safety “ lights
Just checked out Outbound Lighting’s site, they’re having a Black Friday sale. You can get the DH Evo package for £277 plus another £130 or so for shipping/import/VAT fees. I paid £650 for the Exposure Six Pack/Diablo combo so that’s a steal in my eyes.Thanks for replys few to think about isn't there, be busy looking at the options tonight thanks
This is the company that told me the high output lights will not run off the bikes battery . But they are amazing lights . Got the 8000s (8000lmns) and the the 906s(4500lmns). Very happy.They look great don't they them outbound ones, wish there was somewhere to get them in UK!!
I was looking at this one
Make sure you get the v2 for which you can get an optional handlebar remote. I find that very handy on my setup. Actually.. might just be the 8000 model that works with the remote.Thanks for all advice on here I've decided to go for the magicshine as found a 25%off which made it a steal
Ended up going for the monteer 6500
Hopefully come for weekend
Moon Meteor Storm and Vortex lights are good value for money. You get about 2 1/2 hours out of them on full intensity.
Magicshine. Black Friday sale right now too.
Lumens aren't as important as the marketing folks make them out to be. The quality of the beam goes a lot further to make the light usable.What are the lumens on the outbound? Like 2000 lumens I think. But they’re not nearly as bright as Magicshine which has lights up to 12,000 lumens and with longer run times.
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