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I took a road trip from Long Island to Rhode Island yesterday, about 3 hours to have some auxiliary lights and a new horn put on my bike at Twisted Throttle/Denali HQ. I was very happy with the way it turned out. I enjoy doing night riding where I am and to have the additional light is amazing. The purpose was also the be seen better during the day as it is pretty busy where I live. The lights are the Denali DR2’s and the DM’s down low with amber lenses. Both run during the day. The DR2’s at low power and the DM’s at full power. When I put on the brights, the DR2’s go to full power. Could light up a football stadium. I also had two switches installed on the handlebar to turn either set fully off. The horn is the Denali split Sound Bomb. It fit extremely well on this bike. It is very, very long as I wanted something for safety reasons.
 

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Nothing like having proper, bright lights for night riding. The denalis (as I told you in a previous thread) are AMAZING. They simply illuminate everything.

Glad you’re happy with the outcome - and for sure other drivers will (I hope) see you coming from a fair distance now. And if not, you can MAKE them hear you....!
I put strobing LED denali lights on my GSA, which strobe on command or when the horn is activated. They turn off completely when indicating.

Anyway, thanks for sharing your setup. It’s bright :smile2:
 

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The Sound Bomb is a neat set up, I was thinking of doing the same. My concern is the air tube running in front of the cylinders, I'm wondering whether it can take the heat in that area.
Please let us know how it works out.

Chico
 

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So far so good. I have to imagine it’s made with some kind of heat sensitive plastic. I did the 3 hour ride back and no issues. It’s tremendously loud. Huge improvement from stock and amazing how nice it fits the bike perfectly.
 
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