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Old 01-14-2013, 10:10 PM   #16
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I have been watching this thread and I finally came up with a question.

Is the 610 or the 625 dim-able? I have a set of lights mounted to the forks on my 950 right now. I dim them down with a twist knob for use during the day and when on coming traffic is headed towards me at night. They are always on when the key is on. If you flip the high-beam switch they go to full power. Can I do the same with this setup or is it just an On/Off setup? Can it be made to be dim-able if I just hook up the light to a dimmer? I was sort of hoping to just unplug my existing lights and plug this setup into my existing wiring setup.

Tax return season will be here soon. I am starting my shopping list. I am getting tired of my fork mounted lights chipping away at the plastic on my low fender. (I don't want to run a high fender). This kit looks great to me.
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Old 01-15-2013, 08:19 AM   #17
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I have been watching this thread and I finally came up with a question.

Is the 610 or the 625 dim-able? I have a set of lights mounted to the forks on my 950 right now. I dim them down with a twist knob for use during the day and when on coming traffic is headed towards me at night. They are always on when the key is on. If you flip the high-beam switch they go to full power. Can I do the same with this setup or is it just an On/Off setup? Can it be made to be dim-able if I just hook up the light to a dimmer? I was sort of hoping to just unplug my existing lights and plug this setup into my existing wiring setup.

Tax return season will be here soon. I am starting my shopping list. I am getting tired of my fork mounted lights chipping away at the plastic on my low fender. (I don't want to run a high fender). This kit looks great to me.
Yes these lights feature a 3 wire system with separate pin PWM dimming. The light comes with a handle bar mounted switch that offers low and high, you could wire that into the high beams if you wanted that configuration.
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